I really like it when a singer sings one from the heart. Here’s a rendition of Blind Faith’s “Can’t Find My Way Home.” by the originator, Steve Winwood.

This version seems to “feel it” and that transfers over to this listener.

List Lessen?

December 16, 2013

A list for a lesson or a lesson on lists. Hmm, zen blogging?

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A Teddy with a teddy

December 12, 2013

Teddy with his own teddy. #LivingSmall

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Slow-cooked pumpkin pie cake

November 29, 2013

Pumpkin pudding cake. No gluten. No sugar (coconut sugar)

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Three machines, Two hands

November 26, 2013

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This is a test run of the new SmallBizTracks show on BlogTalkRadio. I’m probably going to schedule these for Fridays, but that’s yet to be determined.

I tested removing the mic and talking straight into the phone about midway and there was a noticeable difference. The sound quality lessened when using the phone straight to my face. Using the mic will be better for both sound and hands free.

“I don’t know” … should never end in a period. Seek Better Answers

It’s Angela’s Life Anniversary (Birthday) on November 14th. I’m presenting her with this infographic when she gets home tonight on her birthday eve. She will also get the physical handout – after all, she’s a teacher.

Happy Birthday, Angela!

Angela Sansone Birthday Infographic

Incline Your Ear

November 9, 2013 — Leave a comment

The “Fear” of the Lord

Often a topic of debate among folks. Fear means different things to different people in changed times. Let’s let the Bible help define things:

Prov 9:10 – The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom: and the knowledge of the holy is understanding.

Prov 3:13 – Happy is the man that findeth wisdom, and the man that getteth understanding.

So, the fearing of the LORD will make one happy as he gains understanding of such holy matter. Check out Prov 2:2 -2:5 and compare – and pray as you incline your ear and apply your heart to what God has to say.

Small dog tilting head to listen and understand

Photo on Flickr by Yestertale