My friend Christy lives in Atlanta (along with her husband and three sons). Through her involvement with another ministry there, she became aware of the need for a stable home and influence for young moms or moms-to-be who had little-to-no support.
I remember a few years ago one Sunday after our church had gone through a tough time (a death & funeral, I think), the pastor did not have a sermon but read verse after verse that brought comfort and hope. With all that’s going on around us, we don’t need yet another voice giving an opinion, so I will share some verses instead. Continue reading “Words of Comfort”
There are members in my family who like crunch in their bread. I am generally not one of them but if the bread is reasonably soft, and not solid, I’m a willing eater. Continue reading “Sourdough – Multigrain Bread”
There may be better chocolate cakes out there, but I don’t think I’ve tasted them. 🙂 Until I do, I call this one the best ever. Continue reading “Best Chocolate Cake Ever (that Marylou has eaten)”
I wrote this title in March, on the early onset of our world being changed by the “novel Coronovirus.” Information was limited and even then conspiracy theories were flying around. Continue reading “Coronavirus – Observations from the Peanut Gallery”