Of Infrastructure, Generations, School, and Families

What could those four, seemingly unrelated things have to do with each other sufficient to make a single blog post combining all of them? I received an email this morning containing a copy of an article written and published last October 2019 by Victor Davis Hanson that makes several salient points and asks a couple … Continue reading Of Infrastructure, Generations, School, and Families

Which Science????

I've rarely seen a political cartoon do as good a job of portraying a situation as this one does at this time of mis- and dis-information! https://townhall.com/political-cartoons/2020/05/09/173588?hpnl=true Maybe the disparity is so great we should say, "Witch science". If you have found this information helpful, please click the "like" button and share a link with … Continue reading Which Science????

Cheesy Chicken & Green Bean Casserole

This yummy and colorful casserole has an Italian flair thanks to the basil and oregano. Serving suggestion - bake some potatoes in the oven alongside the casserole. Yes, it's colorful with red diced tomatoes, green beans, white (and dark if you wish) chicken, all topped with spices and both yellow and white cheeses. My husband … Continue reading Cheesy Chicken & Green Bean Casserole

All-Day Beef with Wild Rice and Carrots

This is another one of my favorite 1-pan dinners that slow cooks all day and yields a delicious dinner with very little work, especially at dinner time when I am the most tired and wanting to get a quick, hearty meal on the table as fast as possible. Add a green salad and fresh sliced … Continue reading All-Day Beef with Wild Rice and Carrots

Face mask Fact vs Fiction

We've all seen the Facebook, Twitter, YouTube... posts about making face masks to help out the local hospital/nursing home/first responders... Ya, you know the ones I'm talking about. Well, when you get right down to the nitty gritty of it, wouldn't you like to know that if you're doing this project, you're doing it in … Continue reading Face mask Fact vs Fiction

Critical Definitions

There are a few words currently being loosely tossed around by various media, government, and quasi-government types that truly need some clarification. Hopefully, this post will accomplish that purpose. Prepping – acquiring needed supplies well before the need for them is seen, ie before an emergency happens. Strategic stockpiling – government GRABBING of needed supplies … Continue reading Critical Definitions

3 Warnings & a Plea to the US and the world

These warnings are all about 140 years old. First: Prayers are well enough; but a little flour, a little pork, a little beef, sugar, store goods, and temporal comforts are a great deal better than all our prayers without this material assistance. John Taylor, Conference Report, Apr. 1880, 68 Speaking of prayers, in case you're … Continue reading 3 Warnings & a Plea to the US and the world