Well, this can only mean one thing. French onion soup. Delicious. Decadent. Filling. Did I mention easy? Oh, yes. Don’t let that “French” part fool you. This soup is one of the easiest recipes I know. Ingredients: 6–8 sweet onions (my favorites are Vidalia onions) 6–8 cups of beef broth (1 cup for each onion)… Read More Good Soup & Even Better Holiday Advice
My best friend from college is one of my favorite people in the world. She’s fun, she’s hilarious, and she loves people wholly and fiercely. I share my favorite college memories with her, many which include her complete and total lack of artistic skill! She was a kinesiology major, so you’d think this wouldn’t come… Read More On Gifts and Giving: Baby Books
One of my favorite things to do is create stovetop infusions. They fill your home with light, pleasant fragrances and are so easy and inexpensive to make. I’m sensitive to most home fragrance products, especially scented candles and plug–ins. I run through the perfume counters at Macy’s like an Olympic sprinter! But the fragrances from… Read More Stovetop Infusions for a Cozy Home
Friends, I’m thrilled to be sharing some big news with you today! I alluded to it in my post about how things will be different this year, and I thought I’d tell you a bit more about it today. This fall, I’m starting a program called Education for Ministry. It’s through the University of the South… Read More Oh, happy day!
Tomorrow is the big day. August 6th. Teachers’ first day back. And I’ll be there, of course. I’m sure I’ll get there early, pencils sharpened, new notebook in hand, professional development schedule printed and highlighted and tucked in a fresh folder. I’ll be happy to see my colleagues again and share stories of our summer… Read More Back-to-School Attitude Adjustment