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Blog Entry | Food and Hospitality >
We went on a little tour of the Napa wine country this past summer, taking this picture of a fountain at one of the wineries. It was almost like a dream; we bought some cheese while there; it was still warm from being “pulled” that morning. We had some excellent bread and other snacks to go with that cheese, and had a beautiful view of the countryside. Even though a drought has been officially declared here in California, I post this picture»
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Lakewood Church pastors Joel and Victoria Osteen share many messages on the church website. I usually glance over it and hop right to what I want to see, but that wasn’t the case this time. So, I’m sharing a link to their message entitled, “The End of Your Drought.” This message just felt right for []
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Drought in Niger
World Vision is helping villagers during»
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This was originally published on my website: melodyharstine.com on July 5, 2012 I had a core meltdown today. A call-your-mama-and-cry kind of meltdown. Why? Two things triggered the onset of emotion, but the real reason is far deeper, and I'll get to that. I'm a freelance writer. I love what I do. I work from home, make my own hours, and get to have the flexibility to do most things I want when I want. The setback to my job? There is a real ebb and flow to the business. Sometimes I'm crazy busy. Other times I'm not. Over the three years I've been in t ...

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The USA men’s two-man bobsled team had not won an Olympic medal in 60 years. Recent Olympics had seen other USA bobsledding medal droughts come to an end. In a sport measured to the hundredths of a second, every detail of the driving and sled can be the difference between a medal and going home empty-handed. In preparation for the 2014 Olympics, USA Bobsled teamed with BMW to design a high-tech sled for their two-person teams. If you can’t s»
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It’s been raining this week in our drought-ridden little town, and I am so incredibly grateful. It has been a marvelous week for watching green return to the world outside! It’s also been a great week for curling up to read, and here are some of my best picks from the week: Loved this from []
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Here is the music video and lyrics for the Civil Parish rendition of In Christ Alone performed live at City Beautiful Church. In Christ alone my hope is found He is my light, my strength, my song This Cornerstone, this solid ground Firm through the fiercest drought and storm What heights of love, what depths of peace When fears are stilled, when strivings cease My Comforter, my All in All Here in the love of Christ I stand In Christ alone, who»
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There’s a story in the Christian Old Testament and Jewish scriptures about an event that took place when the ancient land of Israel (and surrounding lands) were experiencing a severe drought. In addition to the physical destruction, economic devastation, and emotional depression, the people were also subjected to the rule of a king and queen [...]
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There’s a story in the Christian Old Testament and Jewish scriptures about an event that took place when the ancient land of Israel (and surrounding lands) were experiencing a severe drought. In addition to the physical destruction, economic devastation, and emotional depression, the people were also subjected to the rule of a king and queen [...]
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For the past few months, the State of Indiana (and a huge portion of the United States) has been struggling through the worst drought in a generation. The definition of bone dry. Flowers shriveled. Mature trees died. Shrubs became kindling. Grass turned into giant patches of brown prickly stubble. I was at my father-in-law’s house the day the mandatory watering ban went into effect. It was like he was being forced to take a dear friend off life»