The Tomb of Charlemagne

Taken from Daily Living For Seniors @ Oneplace.com Around 200 years ago, the tomb of the great conqueror, Charlemagne, was opened. The workmen were shocked by what they saw. His body, sitting upright, was clothed in the most elaborate kingly garments, with a scepter in […]

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Memorial Day 2008

I’m so glad for the freedom I have as an American. America provides so much opportunity. I thank God for what He has given me and I thank our soldiers and their loved ones for the sacrifices they have made. Here’s Lee Greenwood’s original video […]

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Bible Verses to Memorize

Taken from Rose’s Devotional I told my kids if they memorize a Bible verse they will get a quarter for each one per day of the week. Three of them have taken me up on it. Here is a list of possible verses to memorize: […]

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Ramen Noodle Salad

1 head of shredded cabbage 1 cup sunflower oil 6 tablespoons cider vinegar 4 tablespoons sugar 2 pkgs ramen noodles, chicken flavor 1 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper 1/4 cup sunflower seeds 1 cup slivered almonds 8 green onions Dressing~prepare the night before Combine […]

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Spending Time With God Quote

In 1930, Pioneer linguist Frank C. Laubach, while serving as a Congregational missionary, wrote in a letter: ‘As one makes new discoveries about his friends by being with them, so one discovers the “individuality” of God if one entertains him continuously.’ Taken from Heartlight and […]

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More Mulberries

I’ve learned a few more things about mulberries –One website called them blackberry wannabes. I agree but I’m glad they’re not because your jaws don’t get tired chomping down on seeds. –One way to get mulberries out of trees is to lay out a sheet […]

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