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The Bible and the Headlines   By David Bachelor, PhD There is a distasteful subject making headlines this week. The subject is distasteful because as Americans, and particularly as Texans, we like to think we are rugged individuals who take care of ourselves. To think the day may come where we need someone’s assistance to complete…

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As good as granny’s

Roasted Red Potatoes Air fryers are the new hottest kitchen item to have, it seems. Everybody I knew started to use one, but I had a hard time jumping in because I’m the type to need some guidance in the kitchen. So I wanted to help get you started with something fairly simple if you’re…

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Squirreling along Hygge

I went squirreling this week looking for… something. But, without knowing what you’re looking for, it’s difficult to find it. I’ve been feeling… uneasy? Unsettled? Something. So, as usual… I went squirreling. Thankfully, the Danish have a sort of concept as a solution for me, that I get to share with you. Hygge. Brought to…

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The Bible and the Headlines

 News You Can Use By David Bachelor, PhD We live in very polarized times, and researchers have spent considerable time and energy studying the duality of our existence. Some of this research ended up in this week’s headlines. The results prove how difficult it is to be “evenhanded.” This is because of a condition called…

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As good as granny’s

Cinnamon Bread As I’m drawing closer to time for the La Salle County Fair & Wild Hog Cook-Off down in Cotulla, it starts to really invade every part of my life. Just your luck, there’s been some great recipes shared with the Fair Association over the years, and they released a cookbook once! From Favorite…

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Shower thoughts with Shelly

Find your peace “I just can’t believe that she went off and…” “But haven’t you heard what they said about me?” “Oh my gosh, you’re never going to believe what I heard…” “I don’t even know what to do, these things they’re saying about me…” I feel like we worry an awful lot about what…

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The Bible and the Headlines

 News You Can Use By David Bachelor, PhD The Greek philosopher Aeschylus wrote, “God is not averse to deceit in a just cause.” The god of Aeschylus is not the God of the Bible, but it is the god in this week’s headlines. The January 6th edition of the New York Post carried the headline,…

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A li’l logic with Murphy

Aim to be the person you needed Murphy… I have been at my job for many years and have recently realized that I’m one of the old ones now… many of the young ones come to me for advice. We have new folks coming in, how do I let them know the amount of experience…

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As good as granny’s

Caprese-Style Tartlets I’ve had Caprese on the brain since I shared my version last week, so I hope you don’t mind me loading you down with several varieties in the near future. Everyday Italian Recipes from Publications International, 2022 3 tomatoes, cut into 4 slices each 3 tablespoons pesto sauce 1 sheet frozen puff pastry,…

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The Bible And The Headlines:

NEWS YOU CAN USE For eleven of the twelve months in 2022 the war in Ukraine has been in the headlines. It is not surprising that the last week of the year also has headlines from the conflict. What is unexpected are the combatants involved in the hostilities. According to Ukrainian security forces, there are…

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