In our run-around hurry-scurry existence, sometimes zeroing in helps us to focus! The other day, my husband, an amateur photographer, focused on discovering the identity of an unfamiliar bird. He’s interested in whatever species he finds, but this one really intrigued him, because its feather design resembles the ladderback
Can a Seasonal Move where the Barometric Pressure is Different Make You Feel Better? Affect Your Health? What a gift! The barometric pressure was on the move last November. My husband sent me a message because my typical fall/winter headache was recurring.
We all turn to favorite scriptures in times of distress as a refuge. Today we commemorate the seventy-sixth anniversary of the attack on the American fleet at Pearl Harbor that killed 2,403 people. The 1,177 aboard the USS Arizona represented many locales.
Seasons change our landscapes and lives. I hear change is good, but for some, It’s just hard! First snow at Gail Kittleson’sHere in Iowa, we cleared our deck in late October with snow already in the forecast. Gone were the red and pink geraniums, big pots of kale, spinach, and impatiens.