Month: May 2023

Free-Style Lemonade

One of the best thirst-quenching treats of summer is lemonade. Nothing beats lemonade from freshly squeezed lemons. But if you’re like me – well, frankly, that’s just too much work! Luckily for all of us, there are plenty of brands of pre-made lemonade and mixes to choose...

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Oldies Vault: Fun In The Summer Sun

Time for some fun in the sun. Enjoy these “summer flavored” blasts from the past, evoking simpler times. Whether you want soft songs for summer romance, sunny “pop” songs for cruising to the beach or songs with a hard, danceable edge, reach into the oldies vault —...

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A Streetcar Named Murder by T.G. Herren

A Streetcar Named Murder is the debut in T.G. Herren’s New Orleans Mystery series. After reading the first few pages, I knew this was going to be a smooth and rewarding cozy mystery. The author is a long-time resident of New Orleans and it certainly shows. It’s almost...

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God’s Gateway

It’s simple – really. What we do in real-time life affects our future in countless ways. Even the simplest decisions can change an outcome for better or for worse. For example: You’re going to take a long walk and debate if you should leave your cell phone at home. You...

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The 7 Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Taylor Jenkins Reid gives us stellar books with unforgettable characters and story lines that stick with us, like her Malibu Rising. I admit, I’m behind in my book reviews – so many books are staring me down, waiting for me to dive into them. But eventually, my curiosity...

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Easy, Healthy Breakfast Ideas

Whether you are still in the work force or retired, sometimes it’s hard to find quick, healthy breakfast ideas. Here’s a few to get your morning started without spending a lot of time in the kitchen. CEREAL: When it comes to cereal, there are plenty of choices –...

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