It is part of my genetics, I think, to love research and natural health. As an RN, I just love people getting well and am thrilled when I see true healing – healing where the root cause is addressed and not just the symptoms. Friends on FB had been telling me about something they called TRS and that I needed to read about it. Well, I put it off and put it off…until I talked with Allie about her daughter Avalyn. I wanted to see if this could help a friend’s child that was vaccine injured and had similar problems. What Allie told me did it for me….
There’s nothing quite like the taste of a fresh, naturally sweet cherry right off the tree – so why not turn them into a frozen cherry treat for the super hot summer days to come?!! To me, cherries bring back all the best memories of summer into one bite.
Fresh-from-the-freezer treats are the name of the game this summer. This cherry popsicle will keep your sweet tooth at bay (without the processed sugar) and cool you down the entire season. Your family can stay on the healthy side without skimping on flavor.
So you don’t have sweet cherry trees? The next best thing I know is to find a reliable organic source like Azure Standard….
For centuries, the beauty of fireflies has evoked much wonder and delight.
Fireflies live in the rolling highlands of New England and the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, the rainforests of Malaysia and the mountainous forests of Japan. Oddly, no species of fireflies that light up are found west of Kansas. Nobody is sure why. …
It’s been 107 years since Titanic, the greatest ship of its time, sank on its maiden voyage, killing more than 1,500 passengers. The “unsinkable ship” had done the unthinkable. One of the unforgettable stories of the fateful event is of the Titanic preacher John Harper and his passion to save souls….
or the “The Gigantic Role Fathers Play in the Development of their Children’s Faith.” By John Stonestreet. [I share this excellent article as encouragement (with permissions from Breakpoint) because we want to see families thrive!]
I still remember when Papa Johns came to my hometown. Man, I loved their pizza. Still do. And I loved that it became the pizza of choice for my church’s youth group… But counting on pizza for the success of any youth group is banking on the wrong papa.