Searcher of Hearts, It is a good day to me when thou gives me a glimpse of myself; Sin is my greatest evil, but thou art my greatest good; I have cause to loathe myself, and not to seek self-honor, for no one desires to commend his own dunghill. My country, family, church fare worse… Continue reading Acknowledging My Own Dunghill
I wanted to share my story of permanently deleting my Facebook account in case it can encourage anyone else who may be struggling with a conviction about having it. I doubt everyone needs to break up with Facebook & I’m not suggesting you should. It may not be a pitfall for you. It was a… Continue reading Quitting Facebook
As an instinctive planner, the commencement of a new year behoves me. I revel in it. My aims for 2017 are pretty ordinary, but no less exhilarating to me. Intentions: Cook more I already cook an awful lot, but since eating out has been banished from our budget, I’ll need to cook even more. Learn… Continue reading Living intentionally in 2107
2016 has been a year of answered prayer, loss, joy & pain. Jonathan has suffered a lot physically, but God has sustained him especially on the days he needs to fulfill his calling to preach & teach. He is faithful! I have learned some hard lessons, been humbled multiple times, lost some dreams that weren’t… Continue reading ~ 2016 ~ a look back
One of my all-time favorite restaurants is Salerno’s in Flower Mound, Texas. My husband Jonathan & I have been on several dates & anniversary dinners there. In fact, our wedding rehearsal dinner was held there in 1999. Their house salad is a favorite & this recipe tastes similar enough to help satisfy my Salerno’s cravings.… Continue reading Copycat Salerno’s Italian House Salad
This recipe from Conscious Eatery has become a staple recipe for us. It is the perfect dip for apple slices.