Chronic pain and depression live with me not the other way around!
"God uses pain and tribulation to make things right in our lives" courtesy of The African American Devotional Bible King James Version
You'll find no whining and complaining here! Love your life - it's a gift! **Tag Free Blog**
I really am enjoying having a home management binder. I now know what cleaning jobs I'll do everyday. No longer do I feel like I have to do everything in one day. I also have a cleaning project per day. Today, I throughly cleaned our bathroom.
It not only has cleaning tips but homemade cleaning solutions.
Maybe I should make one for Marcus when he 'flies from the nest'.
Mark your calendar that on February 12, Tuesday,from 7am to 10pm, IHOP invites you to 'flip' for a short stack of its mouth-watering buttermilk pancakes for FREE!
Guests are encouraged to make a donation to local charities, including the Children's Miracle Network, a nonprofit organization that is committed to saving and improving the lives of children. Visit the IHOP website for more details and times. Spread the word!
When Charles and I were reviewing resumes, for our Assistant Manager position, we were shocked at the amount of errors people had on them. Regardless of their experience and education we filed them in the wastebasket. Please read Nell's article for tips on avoiding this fate.
Tips for Keeping Your Resume & Cover Letter Looking Great When Sending Via Email By: Nell Taliercio
According to recent World Internet Usage and Population Statistics there are approximately 233,188,086 internet users in North America. With 70% of the population using the internet it's no wonder that more and more employers are utilizing electronic resume and cover letter submissions.
We like to use email because it's faster and easier, right? Such convenience may come at a price if your resume and cover letter don't travel well (electronically!) Follow these four tips to ensure your electronic personal representation bodes well when sending via email.
Modern Marvels: Silver Mines Wednesday, January 30th at 8PM/7c
Silver is one of the most versatile metals on earth—its uses range from technology to construction to photography, and the decorative arts. Modern Marvels: Silver Mines explores the history of this resource, tracing its many uses and changes over time. This one hour program introduces the methods and machines that have been employed to extract this precious resource from the earth. In Northern Idaho's Lucky Friday mine, workers toil more than a mile underground in an around-the-clock cycle of blasting and hauling silver laden rock. In the wilds of northern Nevada, large machines and even larger ore loads make the vast Rochester open pit mine one of the most productive silver mines in the United States. Both these facilities owe their methods to the silver strike that started it all: Nevada's famous Comstock Lode of the mid 19th Century. This documentary draws connections between the silver strikes of the 19th century and the cont…
Tomorrow is my birthday! Yupe, I'm turning 46 years old and loving it. Life and God are good. The Lord has and continues to bless us.
Hubby and the kidlet are making me dinner. They're great cooks.
Marcus has been accepted into Odyssey Charter High School, for the second semester. The catch is he'll also be attending Keystone High School, while he's finishing his first semester. He's required to attend courses, on campus, one day a week. He also started attending a Study Skill course at the local community college, this week. This is one busy teen.
Question: Did you hear about Starbucks testing a $1 cup of coffee, in response to the drop in profits and competition from McDonald's? Are you willing to try it or skip it?