Clean and green. Who wouldn’t want that? And almost free? Even better! If you’ve often thought of going green as either too expensive or too much work, take another look! Yes, there are a lot of costly green products on the market, and a lot of messy, complicated recipes for making your own. But clean and green does not have to cost a fortune or take a lot of time! Continue reading “Clean, Green, and Almost Free”
The man who held crowds spellbound and fed the thousands, came to do great things. Yet he never lost sight of the importance of the little, the few, the seemingly insignificant. He always saw the individual. Always cared for the one in front of him, even little children. Continue reading “The Call to Greatness”
Have you been guilty lately of making others seem useless or inferior? Have others made you feel this way? Then may this Tale of a Misfit Tree inspire and encourage you today, to see both others and yourself through Christ’s eyes! Continue reading “The Tale of a Misfit Tree”
A special video for you today, straight from Italy! All about the olive harvest — the heart and essence of autumn in Italia! A special experience, and one well worth coming over to see first-hand! Enjoy! Continue reading “Olive Harvest the Time-Honored Way [Video]”
Coincidence that a friend loaned me Digital Cocaine by Brad Huddleston right after my two months with no internet? Perhaps, but I doubt it. Especially in light of the surprising answer Steve Jobs made regarding his children and the newly released iPad in 2010. Continue reading “Digital Cocaine [Book Review]”
Many today would ask, “Is it even possible to live without internet?” How about you? Would you survive 2 months without it? What would you do?
We traveled a lot this summer. Between visiting friends and churches, and with the month we spent down in our summer home, we were gone 2 months. And all of it internet free. Continue reading “Two Months With No Internet”
With retirement age just around the corner, we’re starting to think about those years more. Choices we in no way regret, but which will probably make retirement interesting, to say the least! Continue reading “Simple Living for Retirement”