Health care comment reblog

Those Libertarians. They get me every time with their “small government” thinking. They say things that seem to sort of, kind of, make sense. For example, a lot of people who are leaning Libertarian are asking, “If I’m a single man, why should I have to buy health insurance that covers pregnancy and childbirth?” Seems […]

via So, yeah, Rand Paul…why SHOULD you pay for my pregnancy coverage? — Empty Nest, Full Life

So true, so true!!

Sometimes it’s simple things that speak loudly. Just after looking at a recipe, I heard a POP and knew it was something in the fridge. My imagination did not prepare me. The biscuit tube I had thought to use, was overflowing its diagonal lines… How often are your hopes and ideas bursting before you get to […]

via when plans burst — It’s not really about me…

Buttermilk pancakes reblogged!!

Good morning! We had a leftover partly used quart of buttermilk lurking in the back of the fridge when the family was in for Christmas. Google brought up this recipe from the NY Times–and hooray– we used up that buttermilk! And got a few stacks of really fluffy pancakes in the process. They were yummy- light and […]

via NY Times Buttermilk Pancakes — The Thankful Heart


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Hello!! I want to wish you a happy National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day, it’s official, today we can wear outlandish Christmas sweaters 😀 I googled some and here are my picks: And shoes are included too: These are my favorites, do you have any faves? Leave a link and I will update this post 😀 […]


The Unexpected Cost of Materialism —

Today I found an old iPad charger in a drawer while cleaning out some clutter. This discovery made me take a moment to reflect. Why? Because I didn’t know I owned this charger. At some point I bought it and stowed it away. But that moment was lost in the archives. In fact, several months ago […]

via The Unexpected Cost of Materialism —

Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme. — Trail Baboon

Today’s post comes from Renee in North Dakota We have five grocery stores in our town. We gained one large Cashwise during the oil boom, along with a brand new, bigger Family Fare that joined the two smaller Family Fares we already had. Walmart was already here. It really is too many stores for a […]

via Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme. — Trail Baboon

Trip to the Doctor’s office

This is the funny that I needed today. Hope others get a laugh.

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