My grandmother (“Nanny”) has a studio apartment in a senior’s residence in Montreal. It’s like a little world all to itself, with its own restaurant, hair salon, and corner store. Nanny is an extrovert. She’s also “high energy” or what used to be called “hyper.” (Today she might be diagnosed as ADHD). She loves going
In a previous blog, I compared life under quarantine to a pressure cooker. My Instant Pot creates a high–pressure environment that allows food to cook much faster! Likewise, I find that life under quarantine is putting pressure on the family, and on me, so that I’ve been getting angrier much faster than I usually would.
Of all the cooking tools we have at home, our Instant Pot is the one I like the best. I didn’t at first—all the meat turned out tough. But then I learned which recipes work best for an Instant Pot, and now I use it all the time. The Instant Pot is an electric pressure
All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness (2 Tim 3:16). How important is it to read your Bible on a regular basis? In 2009, the Center for Biblical Engagement issued a report that concluded that people who read the Bible at