My husband Michael likes to make his own air popped popcorn. Because we like to eat healthy, Michael seasons it himself rather than using a store-bought mix. We all enjoy it—except when it comes to the salt. Michael likes his salty, and since we use sea salt, it turns out very salty. After complaining about … Continue reading Are You Salty?
God has given us an amazing body. In fact, we are created in His image (Genesis 1:27), perfect and complete. However, when Adam and Eve sinned, sin entered the world and our body was made subject to evil. That evil impacts our lives every day through sickness, temptation, sin, calamity, and wrong thinking. Thankfully, Christ … Continue reading It’s All in Your Head
My husband is an electrician . . . which means he’s seen many places under many conditions. He’s been to private homes, commercial buildings, waste water plants, and business offices. He’s worked on things as simple ceiling fans and as complex as outdoor security cameras controlled by solar panels. Yes, I think he’s the best … Continue reading Hidden Things
Hello, ladies! I am excited to announce an ongoing project that I finally completed! This is a subject near and dear to my heart as it is so abused in our culture. I have created several pages under the "Royal Beauty" tab above that addresses Godly, internal beauty versus worldy, external beauty. It's one of the … Continue reading Beauty Pages
Doors. We all have them. In fact, most of us have many doors. Our homes have closet doors, bedroom doors, bathroom doors, and front doors. Our garages have giant doors, and our sheds have small doors. Some doors are painted brightly, while others blend in with the white door jams. Some have triangular windows, and … Continue reading Doors
I once saw a picture of a castle, beautiful and ornate, nestled among city homes and skyscrapers. In contrast to the modern walls of steel, glass, and siding, this castle was the first thing about the picture to grab ones attention. The severe difference in eras caused its stone walls to stand out like the … Continue reading Conforming to Skyscrapers