Entries by Ann Guinn

One Way to Make Your Lettuce Last

Stick a paper towel in it. Or two or three. There. End of story. Do it. Today’s post just may be the shortest, easiest blog post I’ll ever write! Of course I’ll include some wonderfully exciting photos of myself (or my left hand at least; I had to use my right hand to snap the […]

Life Cycle of a Banana

I’m sure I now have you all on the edge of your seat, breathlessly awaiting an in-depth study about how bananas are grown and harvested, but that is not the topic of this post. (Sorry.) Neither will I discuss what happens after you ingest bananas…..(no further comments necessary!). Today’s post is just about the life cycle […]

Flourishing Plans

  …or as the NLT (New Living Translation) states,   “Commit your actions to the lord, and your plans will succeed.”   Well, that sounds simple enough. So if I just pray about my plans every day, God will make me succeed?   On first glance at this verse, it would seem that if we […]

Responsible Reasons for Buying Local

I am all for bargains. In fact, I think that most of the time doing everything we can (within reason),to save money is not only smart, but often necessary, in order to stay within our budgets. But once in awhile there are legitimate reasons for doing what is expedient, such as buying local. And I […]

The Well Is Deep

    This morning in my Bible plan reading of the day, Oswald Chambers, author of the well-known and loved devotional, My Utmost For His Highest, talked about the story of the woman at the well. Jesus stops along his travels at a village in Samaria, and surprises a Samaritan woman by not only speaking to […]