my frozen eggs
Saturday, February 09, 2019 3 comments
Just wanting to pass along that the frozen eggs I'm speaking about are not due to the polar vortex. Okay. First, you need to decamp one egg into a mug, whip it good, pour into one empty section of an ice-cube tray. Repeat as needed. Second,... Read more
Some gleaned words of wisdom from my recent readings
Tuesday, December 18, 2018 6 comments
It is always amazing what you can find out reading recipes. Apparently, there is a proverb in Italy: Without bread, everyone is an orphan. And in China, there is an old saying: If you seek vengeance you better dig two graves. In our fa... Read more
How Low can we go? How High may we rise?
Tuesday, October 09, 2018 3 comments
What I found while learning how to lower my speaking voice. Gregory Anderson 09Oct18 article for my fellow Sparkling Sparklers at SparkPeople, and SparkRecipe users. I decided to pick up my pen, so to speak, and write down somethin... Read more
To all my fellow sparklies who like homemade bread
Wednesday, September 19, 2018 5 comments
I love this first tip since I saw it online about 2 decades ago. Yes, we did have Internet back then. Anyway, it has worked well for me. I've not tried using my Microwave only as a proofing box, tip 2. Tip 1 - completely nuked Place ... Read more
There is a there there.
Wednesday, June 13, 2018 5 comments
I fell in love with the concept of reality being "other than" 69-72. I was a preteen fan of Pink Floyd (long before Dark Side of the Moon) when I read my dad's copy of C.S. Lewis was "Letters to Malcolm". This started me questioning ways in whic... Read more
Summary use of Melatonin as an aid to fellow insomniacs.
Thursday, December 07, 2017 1 comments
My research and use of Melatonin over a decade showed that, at least for me and some others, it is best used 1mg per hr of lost sleep, it is best taken in the a.m. and then spend 45min under bright lights, and stagger the doses if used regularl... Read more
maintaining personal and family health
Monday, November 28, 2016 4 comments
In times of stress, it is difficult to slow down, ease off in the proper way, and yet still get things done that are necessary and needful. Then a friend became homeless and we've been assisting in all manner, including temporary adoption of a "... Read more
Electing to eat healthy, one bite at a time -- Fauxtato-salad _ga-
Tuesday, November 08, 2016 4 comments
Cauliflower "Tator-salad" (below is what I did, but you can just use your favorite recipe and merely replace boiled/baked tators with the equal amount ... Read more
Eating our words
Friday, October 21, 2016 1 comments
We must be cautious about allowing certain misuse of terms or misapplied emphasis to influence our view of the true world. This is across the board, but herein I'm specifically talking about the aspect regarding Food in the Health Market/Industr... Read more
Thursday, September 15, 2016 2 comments
One of the biggest problems that the Church has always had is the idea of practical theology (theology aka knowledge of God). Paul writes to the Corinthians that it is their lack of real theology that causes their unholy behaviors and attitudes ... Read more
as you did unto the least of these...
Saturday, July 23, 2016 7 comments
Wisdom is wisdom, knowledge and science are all integral parts of who we are as humans transferred into the Kingdom of Light. However, it is sometimes easy to forget that pagan thoughts can distract us. Our emotional health, our physical comfort... Read more
The Walking wounded
Friday, July 08, 2016 6 comments
I commiserate with all who have difficulties and trouble about congregations. At times we have no choice in our neighborhoods. Sometimes we have to move against a preference and see about other churches in the area. This is what my wife and I ha... Read more
Tax fraud will cut into your budget and make a mess of your health
Sunday, January 24, 2016 3 comments
s.gov%2fuac%2fReport-Phishing It is much better to avoid ruining our budget ... Read more
May the forks be with you!
Sunday, May 03, 2015 11 comments
Did the 1st century Church rale against public ills?
Sunday, February 01, 2015 7 comments
I do not recall a focus in the NT of Christians taking public stands in public forums against the Roman/Jewish/public cultural sins. As a pattern, I mean to say. Nonetheless, it was noticed they lived differently in the midst of sinful society. ... Read more
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