If you are reading this, just imagine you have made it to вЂ™06. Congratulations!
Many of us in ’05 have seen family and friends depart this world and make their journey home. Jesus was their life and theme and we can only imagine their experiences in their brand new home.
We have seen and experience the joy of weddings as couples mark the beginning of life together. We have also seen new birth in families bringing much joy.
Many have seen or experience loss of home or damages to homes from hurricanes and other natural disasters both at home and abroad.
Many have faced sickness. Sometimes even redefining life and its meaning.
There have been so many stories and much sorrow as well as joy. King Solomon said it all.
There is an appointed time for everything, and a time for every affair under the heavens.
A time to be born, Continue reading “Happy New Year”
Found this today on Internet and thought it just might just give Jersey-N-Needles and Chickenfarmer a little competition. Also might give a little comfort to our coffee lovers. What do you think?
You Know That You’re Addicted to Coffee When…
You grind your coffee beans in your mouth.
You sleep with your eyes open.
You have to watch videos in fast-foward.
The only time you’re standing still is during an earthquake.
You can take a picture of yourself from ten feet away without the timer.
You’ve worn out your third pair of tennis shoes this week.
Your eyes stay open when you sneeze.
You chew on other people’s fingernails.
The nurse needs a scientific calculator to take your pulse.
You can type sixty words a minute with your feet.
You can jump-start your car without cables.
You don’t sweat, you percolate.
You walk twenty miles on your treadmill before you realize it’s not p Continue reading “Coffee Lovers”
Questions from Sara to Wendy
How did you learn how to buy and raise chickens? Do you have a rooster (s)?
Where do the chicks live?
What do they eat?
Do you also kill them for dinner?
Do you have help?
What color are the eggs?
A. We bought our chickens in the spring of 2005. I thought it would be a good project for my boys, ages seven and five. I think it’s important that my children understand how their grandparents and great grandparents had to live. My grandparents taught me so much about life. I built a big coop with a chicken house built onto it. My boys had an awesome time building the chicken coop. Needles even came and helped a day or two. That was awesome because I didn’t need a ladder.:) Our chickens were about two days old when we bought them from Southern States. It was still a little cold outside so I keep them in a big box and I Continue reading “Chicken farming”
Q. From Sara…Heather, when did you realize your mission on earth was to be a pharmacist?
A. I hadn’t even considered pharmacy until my senior year in high school. I had gone from nurse anesthesia, to nuclear medicine technology, to a medical doctor. (Obviously, I was interested in the medical field.) My mom graduated from the school I attend now and since I hadn’t really decided on any college or any specific field, for that matter, I decided to check it out–despite the fact I didn’t want to leave Texas. Then I ran across pharmacy (that is the flagship program here at ULM) and thought, I think I would really enjoy that. I have always enjoyed studying, and pharmacy is definitely a field I will have to continuously study in. So I filled out my application and sent it in. I began praying that God would show me if this was really what He wanted me to do. My family and I drove to ULM one Continue reading “My Testimony-Pharm D”
“We must become the change we want to see.”
вЂ“ Gandhi Continue reading “Quote for The New Year”
1. WE PROMISE TO FLOSS TWICE A YEAR, NEEDED OR NOT.
2. WE PROMISE TO PAY OUR BILLS THIS YEAR WITH CASH INSTEAD OF CREDIT.
3. WE PROMISE, NOT TO PROMISE TO START ANOTHER FAD DIET.
4. WE PROMISE TO QUIT EXERCISING AS IT MAKES US TOO TIRED.
5. WE PROMISE TO EAT MORE CHOCOLATE AS IT’S OUR FAVORITE FOOD GROUP.
6. WE PROMISE TO READ LESS IT TAKES UP OUR SPARE TIME.
7. WE PROMISE TO DRINK MORE SODA AND LESS MILK THE FLAVOR IS BETTER.
8. WE PROMISE TO BECOME PROFESSIONAL PROCRASTINATORS, AS WE NEED MORE TIME.
9. WE PROMISE TO DRIVE WITH OUR EYES OPEN.
AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST,
10. WE PROMISE TO WEAR CLEAN UNDERWEAR, “JUST IN CASE”.
PLEASE SHARE YOUR NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS WITH US.
Continue reading “JERSEY & NEEDLES NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS”
Once Christmas is over comes the decision of what to do with your beautiful poinsettia? You may want to keep it as an attractive green foliage plant (after all, the poinsettia is included on the list of houseplants most helpful in removing pollutants from indoor air!) and try to get it to re-bloom next year. ItвЂ™s not as difficult as you may think. But it does require vigilence.
Keep your poinsettia growing strong by placing it in a sunny location (indoors if you do not live in a tropical climate) for at least six hours a day. The daytime temperature should be around 70 F and the nighttime temp around 65 F. Temperatures below 50 F will cause chilling damage if you plan on leaving it in an enclosed outdoor porch. Avoid excessive drafts. Water it when the soil surface becomes dry to the touch and just enough until you see the water begin to come out of the drainage holes in the bot Continue reading “How to Re-Bloom Your Poinsettia”