Holiday hosts toil for hours to create lavish meals everyone will enjoy. It’s not uncommon for Thanksgiving tables to be covered with more food than guests can conceivably (and comfortably) consume. Leftovers are the norm, but without a plan for what to do with leftovers, food can spoil or end up in the trash.
Among mask mandates, social distancing, outspoken political views and personal challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a heightened risk for public spaces turning into places of conflict.
Finding a prescription drug plan that meets your budget and needs is especially important during this year’s Medicare Open Enrollment -- which takes place between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7, 2020.
It’s never too early to plan ahead, especially when you are expecting guests in your home. Your family and friends know and might love your style, but it can be important to spice things up now and again to impress your visitors. Factors such as lights, music and food can affect your guests experience in your home.
Food is a big part of fall, and farms play a significant role in seasonal celebrations. Each fall, families plan apple picking excursions with their eyes on baking homemade apple pies. And while Halloween is made even more fun when carving jack-o’-lanterns, savvy celebrants know that carving sessions are not complete without some roasted pumpkin seeds.
While you may take electricity for granted in today’s world, you might not in the future -- that is, if current trends continue. As a new report highlights, the U.S. electrical workforce is aging out and not being sufficiently replaced -- a trend which could have potentially devastating and far-reaching impacts nationwide. The report’s authors say that the time to fill the pipeline of new electrical workers and invest in training and retention is now.
Proverbs 10:11 says, “Like a fountain of water, the words of a good person give life.”
With more of life centered at home due to cool weather and social distancing, it’s time to ensure the space where your family spends the majority of its time is healthy and safe.
A phenomenon called “cabin fever” tends to set in around late autumn or in midwinter. Long hours of darkness coupled with cold, inclement weather often is a recipe for increased time spent indoors. For people who live alone, the effects of cabin fever might be more pronounced.
The term “helicopter parent” was first coined in 1969 by teenagers who were quoted in Dr. Haim Ginott’s book “Parents & Teenagers.” Helicopter parent describes an overbearing parent who would “hover over kids like a helicopter.” Nearly 50 years later, the term has persisted, and we even included as a dictionary entry in 2011.
PAWHUSKA (originally known as “Deep Ford” and established in 1872) is the County Seat of Osage County, Oklahoma, and was named after an 1800s Osage Indian Chief, PawHiuSkah, which translates to “White Hair” in English! The town’s first newspaper (Wah-Sha- She News) was established in 1875 by George Edward Tinker, an Osage who was the father of Clarence L. Tinker, highest ranking Native American Officer in the U. S. Army.
Hormone therapy is one of the many types of treatment used in the fight against breast cancer. Hormone therapy helps address breast cancers that are affected by hormones like progesterone and estrogen. With such cancers, the breast cancer cells have receptor proteins that attach to estrogen and progesterone to help the cancer cells grow. Hormone therapy treatments, also called endocrine therapy, help stop the hormones from attaching to receptors. The therapy also can decrease the body’s production of certain hormones.
“This verse means you can make fun of God, but he will laugh right back at you,” says Elizabeth, 10. “It says next that he is gentle and kind when you are not proud.”
If you’ve been working remotely for months, you’re likely long overdue for a home office upgrade. Having the right tools can make working from home easier and less stressful.
GOD’S Book of Life contains the name of every person who is born on the earth from the first day until the last day. The indication is that when a person dies without being “saved by the blood of the lamb” their name is blotted out of the book of life. This should not be strange to people because Jesus spoke of blotting names out of the book of life. What He said was that if a person will accept Him as their personal savior He will not blot their name from the book of life. That is often confused with the statement Jesus made about blotting names out of the book of life.