Saturday, November 30, 2013

What caught my eye this week ...

Is it wrong to love articles like this that include phrases like "Some of our theories are just going down the drain"?  It's good to remember that we don't know everything. 

Had a blast making these Thanksgiving Cake Pops with the kiddies.  But if we want to make them next year, we must remember to buy candy corn during the Halloween season, 'cause they are nowhere to be found around Thanksgiving.  The jelly beans we used as a replacement worked great though. 

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Thursday, November 28, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving!

Looking for something enjoyable to relax and listen to?  
Three hours of Hugh Hewitt interviewing Charles Krauthammer can be found here from 4-7 pm.

Saturday, November 23, 2013

What caught my eye this week ...

My girls have recently discovered Studio C. This post had me laughing and laughing.  Although, you might need to see this, this, this, and this, first, to really appreciate it.

Prager University's latest contribution:  Is Evil Rational?  Love the artwork.

A few months ago I started using Liquimins Trace Minerals (happily a product from Utah).  After awhile, I started wondering if my eyelashes were getting thicker and longer--nothing extraordinary--just back to the way they were when I was younger.  I wondered if it was just my imagination.  Then I looked at my "What caught my eye this week ..." photo and realized I could compare before and after pics!  What do you think? 

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Saturday, November 9, 2013

My Zombie is staying for the holidays!

I found this great zombie to paint on my windows for Halloween:
I liked him so much, when it came time to take him down, I just couldn't do it.  
So I dressed him up for Thanksgiving.  :)

Sunday, November 3, 2013

Have Faith, Be Good

Kirsten Powers conversion story made my day.  No wonder she's my favorite left-leaning pundit.

Saturday, November 2, 2013

What caught my eye this week ...

I found this article to be quite disturbing.  Especially the quote, “There are valuable reasons for telling certain stories in a certain way at pivotal times, but that doesn’t mean we have to hold on to them once they’ve outlived their usefulness.” Sooooo ... it was okay to report a false narrative as long as it promoted a cause?

The story behind "Flamin' Hot Cheetos" is inspiring!

So in my church class of 12-13 year old girls this Sunday, I again heard someone say how bad it was to eat fat, and everyone agreed, and I almost cried.  It's too bad I can't show The Real Cause of Heart Disease at church.  But hope springs eternal!  Even Dr. Oz seems to be coming around.