In Ezekiel chapter 40, we find Ezekiel in a vision of God, where God brought him to the land of Israel and set him upon a very high mountain. He could see the frame of a city on the south. Ezekiel saw a man whose appearance was like the appearance of bronze (brass or copper … More What does the Bible say about an orange man?
Moses gets help when his arms get tired. 1 And all the congregation of the children of Israel journeyed from the wilderness of Sin, after their journeys, according to the commandment of the LORD, and pitched in Rephidim: and there was no water for the people to drink. Ever hear the old saying, “If you … More Exodus 17 The Arm Wrestling Continues
As I was carried into the van, I closed my eyes to keep the world from spinning. The violent vomiting had stopped after they gave me a needle, but I still couldn’t keep my eyes open. I had only the shirt and shorts I was wearing; no money, no purse, no insurance card, no shoes, … More I was barefoot and undocumented
In a previous blog, I wrote about questions that are asked of the interviewee. Today we flip the coin, and think about questions that the interviewee asks to the interviewer. In most interviewing situations, the interviewer gives a quick overview of the job and department and how it fits into the rest of the company. … More The other side of the coin: Questions for the Interviewer from the Interviewee
Starting with Wifey’s bedroom: Yes, it seems the ultra wealthy prefer separate bedrooms… And strangely enough, I don’t seem to have any pictures of his room. Oh, for those of you tuning in, this is the continuing story of our vacation, which included a tour of Boldt Castle in the Thousand Islands, NY. Hubby (George Boldt) … More Peeking into the rooms of a millionaire’s house
Mr. Porter and I are taking a well-deserved vacation up by the New York-Canadian Border, in an area called The Thousand Islands. But first, we stopped in the Oswego area to visit some friends and see fireworks. Then onto a few state parks to see the setups of cabins for future rentals, and … More Shh! Don’t tell the burglars I’m not home
A few months ago, I bought a small notebook and the cover read: “Make it happen.” It’s almost full, I did get a lot done, so I have now purchased a larger notebook with the same motto. I wrote seven items in the new, bigger book that I hope to accomplish by the end … More Make it Happen, part 2