Archive for March 2018

Mississippi Cornbread Salad: A Southern Comfort Dish

Mississippi Cornbread Salad Serves 8-10         Ingredients • 1 pkg (8 ½ oz) of jiffy cornbread muffin mix (3 tbl. Dry) • 1 envelope ranch style dressing mix • 8 oz sour cream • 1 cup mayonnaise • 3 large tomatoes, chopped or 1 can diced • 1/2 cup each of red…

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Proven: The Positive Influence of Sisterhood

If you want to do really important things in life and big things in life, you can’t do anything by yourself. And your best teams are your friends and your siblings. Deepak Chopra, author Did you know that the bond and relationship between brothers and sisters is unlike any other in that it is usually…

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Pressing On Through the Heat

For a few weeks during this past July, I believed I had lost my elephant ear plants to the scorching mid-summer sun. Despite my daily watering, they languished. Their thick, strong stems bent forward, crying for more help than I could muster. Several turned brown, withered, and collapsed to the dry ground. Then, a miracle…

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Create a More Meaningful Life: Cut One Thing*

Our Christian Easter and Lenten season is a time to cut something that is standing in our way from a meaningful relationship with God. That something can often be found on our To Do list. If you are overwhelmed by your To Do list, try one – or better yet, all – of these 7…

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Celebrating National Women’s History Month

Which woman was better known for her silver screen exploits but actually helped combat the Nazis in World War II with her invention? Here are the amazing stories of this individual and four other women who made history just by observing and employing their talents to an existing need.   Hedy Lamarr: Invention of Spread…

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