Month: March 2023

God’s Vortex

I still get the daily newspaper. It’s a mix of news topics: good, bad, indifferent, helpful, etc. All of these articles reflect the times we live in and what’s going on around our world. It’s a beautiful spring morning. After I read my morning paper, I took my coffee...

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An American in Scotland by Lucy Connelly

Lucy Connelly has rocked the Richter scale with the first installment of her new Scottish Isle Mystery series, An American in Scotland. This is just one of those debuts that I can’t say enough good things about. Dr. Emilia McRoy, formerly a resident of Seattle, Washington,...

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EZ Bean Recipes

Beneficial, bountiful beans! Not only are beans heart-healthy and loaded with fiber, but they are an inexpensive way to stretch your family meals. There’s a bevy of beans out there: black beans, great northern beans, navy beans, kidney beans and MORE! Frankly, I’ve tried...

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Murder Served Neat by Michelle Hillen Klump

Take the final chill off winter with this fun, delightful cozy: Murder Served Neat by Michelle Hillen Klump. It’s the second entry in her Cocktails and Catering Mystery series. Samantha Warren gave up journalism to start her own business. She’s become a top-notch mixologist...

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The Art of Thankfulness

With the world spinning at warp speed, sometimes we lose sight of things that are and should be “basic.” Being thankful is one of them. Here are a few examples of things that are easy to overlook and be thankful for. This morning the sun was shining and the buds on the...

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