As I fixed breakfast this morning, George was reading to me from a book he recently found at Half Price Books, God in the Dock by C. S. Lewis. The title of the book has to do with the English term referring to a person on trial standing “in the dock” while giving testimony of […]
A quote from grandson Ben when he was 7 years old: “Ah, biscuits and gravy and all the cousins together. You can’t get better than that.”
I’ve seen a wayside sleeping quarters that I would surely have to be utterly desperate to try! A caravansary between Jerusalem and Jericho above the Wadi Qelt. I can only imagine snakes or scorpions as bedmates! One completely on the other end of the accommodations spectrum is: The Endearing Face of Montgomery
You have to admire a people who make something out of nothing. Who thrive and, in fact, lead the way in many areas. Who take a difficult situation and flourish. Have you eaten any dates lately? Dates’ sugary goodness has for millennia been a staple of Middle Eastern diets. Jericho, believed to be the oldest […]
Pumpkin Pie is so homely. I love it, but it’s just not pretty. Put it beside a gorgeous 2-crust apple pie, or a lattice top cherry pie in a beauty contest for pies and it’s–just plain. Sorry, it’s true.