June 27, 2019

Most of you are aware that Patsy Kaeb, our Benefit Coordinator, stepped into a part-time position last fall and is planning to retire this fall.

I'm sure the thought has crossed a few minds this spring and summer: "What will happen to the benefit with Patsy not taking c...

June 24, 2019

It's National Praline Day!

There are a few national days that I would rather not celebrate--days like National Give Blood Day on June 14 (I have a fear of needles) or National Mushroom Day on October 15 (for obvious reasons).

But National Praline Day is something I can t...

June 20, 2019

"Summertime, and the livin' is easy."

For most of us, summertime is actually when the livin' gets hectic and harried, probably due to squeezing in activities while the kids are out of school, trying to coax the garden into bringing forth an abundance of produce, and hit...

June 17, 2019

One of our most recent favorite activities is a Country Drive coupled with a stop at the Dairy Queen. There is nothing like the warm sunshine beating in the window as you enjoy the cool smoothness of soft-serve.

Our local Dairy Queen has been so helpful and quick with t...

June 13, 2019

Tonight is Family Night again!

Deer Fry International has been coming to the Home for long enough that I doubt they need an introduction! Come listen to some upbeat gospel-meets-bluegrass tonight in the dining room at 7:00. Bring a plate of cookies to share afterward a...

June 10, 2019

In our day, mothers get a lot of the hype. Whether this fact stems from having a lot of single mothers in our society or from the rise of feminism, I'm not sure. Maybe a little of both.

But I do know that there is nothing like having a stable father or father figure in...

June 6, 2019

Today is the 75th anniversary of the invasion of Nazi-occupied Normandy known as D-Day. Very seldom in history is there a victory as decisive as the Allied invasion of northern France on June 6, 1944.

Though this surprise attack cost Allied troops over 9,000 wounded or...

June 3, 2019

Summer begs for lemonade, and it has for well over a thousand years.

Believe it or not, our first written mention of lemonade dates to about A.D. 1000. Egyptian peasants were enjoying a slightly modified version of this drink by mixing a honey-water syrup with lemons an...

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