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By Dr. Deb Peterson

Help for Allergies with Dr. Deb

Help for Allergies with Dr. Deb

As many of us, myself included know, we are in the heart of allergy season.  The rain and warm temperatures we’ve had this year are likely to produce a bumper crop of ragweed and golden rod, two of late summers primary causes of seasonal allergies. Some of us develop mild symptoms while others are miserable.  […]

Basil Bacon Popovers

Basil Bacon Popovers

                        Bacon Basil Popovers -1 cup Flour -1/4 Salt -2 teaspoons dried basil -2 Eggs -1 cup Milk -1 Tablespoon Oil -3-4 Tablespoons Crumbled Bacon Directions: -Preheat oven to 450 degrees. -Combine flour, salt, and basil in a mixing bowl. -Beat together eggs, milk, […]

What’s Holding You Back

What’s Holding You Back

This past week I enjoyed a day watching my granddaughter, Cordelia. Cordie’s hair is light blonde with natural curl, and from the back, she looks like howw my middle daughter, Chandra did when she was two and a half.  In certain moments, I find myself back in time … remembering. But on this sleepy, dark […]

How Do You Handle the Ugly

How Do You Handle the Ugly

        As I look out my office window, I see the changing of the season.  No longer do the hummingbirds buzz and flit about on the deck, nor do the butterflies sway subtly in the breeze.  Instead, there is a crisp wind blowing through the front door here at the farm. The […]

Sandra Sheih’s Verde Salsa Recipe

Sandra Sheih’s Verde Salsa Recipe

Here is a true excerpt from a conversation I had with a friend at dinner one evening. “Oh my, I had a rough day today.  I had to go to the ER after my shift ended.”  (He happens to be a doctor.) “What????  Why????” I exclaimed. “I was diagnosed with GSD.  It is a very […]

New Places in Motherhood

New Places in Motherhood

Summer came and went in a flash, as summer usually does. Then, the inevitable happened: school began. I’ve been on many sides of this annual event. I’ve been the student. I’ve been the teacher. I’ve gradually eased into being the parent by taking my two oldest kids to 3 day-a-week, half day preschool. But this […]

New 10 week Bible study from Kathy Weckwerth

New 10 week Bible study from Kathy Weckwerth

God wants to partner with you to Blaze Your Trail. He wants you to go where you’ve never gone before and do what you’ve never done before. Are you saddling up and riding the ride or are you sitting on the side of the dusty trail? Blaze Your Trail women’s Bible study by author, motivational […]

Back to School Sloppy Joes

Back to School Sloppy Joes

                                Fall is that time of year when having a plan, and answering the question, “What’s for dinner?” is imperative for me.  I have found that menu planning removes the daily stress of finding something to cook for dinner and […]

Top 5 Things to Pray for Your Children’s Teachers

Top 5 Things to Pray for Your Children’s Teachers

Top 5 things to  Pray For Your Children’s Teacher(s)    One of the best ways we can help our children have a successful school year is to pray for their teachers.  Ever thought about it?  Your child is spending an average of 943 hours a year in the classroom with their teacher (s).  Because this […]

After School Caramel Crunch

After School Caramel Crunch

8 cups Rice Chex 8 cups pretzels 1 can spanish peanuts 2 cups packed brown sugar 1 cup buter 1/2 cup corn syrup 1/2 t. baking soda   Mix cereal, pretzels and peanuts. In a saucepan, bring sugar, butter and corn syrup to a boil.  Boil for 1 1/2 minutes, stirring constantly.  Remove from heat […]