Honestly, the only reason the CDC and "experts" can get away with this chicanery is because so few people are brave enough to actually LOOK at the evidence they cite rather than just looking at the list of studies and ASSUMING the evidence backs the recommendations. The CDC recently changed their tune regarding face masks … Continue reading CDC on Masks – Examining the Evidence
I don't think I've seen such a low angle on a rainbow, and the base appeared to be only about a half-mile from me. Sadly, by the time I got back into the house for my camera, it had already started to fade, but, here's what was left.
After reading this story and the story of Bridger https://eclecticmusings.blog/2020/07/18/real-life-6-year-old-super-hero/ I can't help thinking of what Isaiah said so many years ago... "...and a little child shall lead them." Isaiah 11:6 These are truly 2 children in 2 different families, 2 different states, who are leading us. These children know how to bring peace to … Continue reading 8 Year Old Girl Cheers Local Police
This amazing story of little 6 year old saving his little sister's life is truly touching. I hope that by my sharing it here, his story may be shared by a few more people so we all are reminded of a tiny bit of the good that is still in the world, and have hope … Continue reading Real Life 6-Year old Super Hero
I've received quite a few memes related to this bug that's got everyone trembling in their boots. Most of them are okay, but here are several that I personally enjoyed. There's a mix of funny (do YOU have a sense of humor?), informative, and disrespectful, but, hey, that's ME! These two need no introduction, although … Continue reading COVID-19 Memes
Like it or not, Want to admit it or not, The United States of America is at war. Right now. Right here. The battle lines have been drawn. One side has partially taken up arms and embraced violence to win their point, But not totally – yet. The other side, While being accused daily of … Continue reading War!!!
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
I haven't seen or heard anything in the news about this warning from DHS that came out 8 days ago, but I think it's very important so sharing a link. Those who are willing to learn about risks and consider how they could respond will appreciate it. If you don't want to know about risks, … Continue reading DHS Warning
Okay, so a month doesn’t begin to compete with your local fast food restaurant. Still, most people think of raising vegetables as something that takes ALL SUMMER! But, that doesn’t need to be the case. There can be several excellent reasons for wanting to grow some speedy crops, ranging from an apartment dweller with very … Continue reading FAST FOOD FROM YOUR GARDEN – 22 in a MONTH or LESS + 12
1 lb of fresh trimmed beets ¾ lbs Arugula, washed 1 ½ Tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive oil ½ teaspoon course ground sea salt ¾ teaspoon rosemary vinegar 2 oranges ¼ cup chopped walnuts or pecans ½ cup crumbled Romano cheese Dice beets while preheating oven to 450o F. Spread diced beets on baking sheet and … Continue reading Arugula Beet Salad