Sauteed Green Beans

This recipe is a different take on green beans. Just a few ingredients and fairly easy to make but oh, so good. Definitely holiday worthy! (You can easily double the recipe, I always do.) Sauteed Green Beans Ingredients: 1 pound green beans 2 strips of bacon, chopped 2 tablespoons onion, chopped 1/4 teaspoon seasoned salt … More Sauteed Green Beans

Intentional Ambiguity

In the culture we live in, where everything is marketed and nothing is quite what it seems, ambiguity is pervasive. There may be a variety of reasons for this; one is definitely for self-protection. My husband works in the service industry and in the past has been instructed that when dealing with customers who are … More Intentional Ambiguity


When I hear the word entitlement, I think of a spoiled brat who feels that he/she should be treated specially. What I never considered, was that I too could be characterized as someone who felt entitled. Relationally, when someone feels entitled they feel they are due something. They have specific expectations of others. I have had … More Entitlement

Chopstir Nylon Chopper

This post contains affiliate links, and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. The Chopstir Nylon Chopper is such a great product. Anytime I’m cooking ground meat, whether it’s beef, turkey, pork or even ground chicken for Asian Lettuce Wraps, I use this gadget. Using it gives me confidence that … More Chopstir Nylon Chopper