In the Garden

5 Ways to Create an Eco- and Pollinator-Friendly Garden

Alright, so veggie gardens. Veggie plants have flowers…they need pollinators, so how do you get even more of them coming to your garden than usual? You invite them! No, this does not require printing invitations or licking envelopes and stamps…but it does require bright colors, flowers, and efficient yet safe pesticide and pesticide-use. Here are… Continue reading 5 Ways to Create an Eco- and Pollinator-Friendly Garden

In Life · In the Bible · Religion · Thoughtful Thursday

The Leper or Townsfolk: Which Will You Be?

I’ve continued on with reading multiple chapters a day from different books of the Bible (I’ll admit, as a lot has come up over the past week, I have fallen behind where I want to be). Even still, I found Matthew 8 interesting. In this chapter, there are multiple descriptions of Jesus healing people from… Continue reading The Leper or Townsfolk: Which Will You Be?

On the Bookshelf · The Encouragement Corner · Wordy Wednesday

Thoughts, Quotes, & Spiritual Nuggets from “The Lion, the Witch, & the Wardrobe”

Yes, I know..it seems like a simple read that I probably should have read, I don’t know, 15 years ago? But here’s the thing, when I was a kid I got through CS Lewis’s “The Magician’s Nephew” and never made it any further. I know…it’s terrible. I’ve seen the movies (the super old ones) and… Continue reading Thoughts, Quotes, & Spiritual Nuggets from “The Lion, the Witch, & the Wardrobe”

In the Kitchen · Monday Munchies · Recipes

Monday Munchies: Patriotic Berry Palm Piettes

In the spirit of Independence Day I decided to make some yummy desserts. These are delicious Patriotic Berry Palm Piettes. They’re basically miniature star-shaped pies that fit in your hand. When we chow down on them this evening at our Independence Day cookout, I’ll be adding a dollop of vanilla ice cream and chocolate syrup…uhhh…yum!… Continue reading Monday Munchies: Patriotic Berry Palm Piettes