Wanted to give all my friends and readers a heads-up.
I want to give you the best and easiest reading experience possible. I’ll be changing the look of my blog-site within the next couple of weeks (perhaps sooner). Don’t want you to be surprised when I do.
I hope you’ll like the new look and feel. Please take the time to comment once the change is made. Love to know what you think.
In addition, I thought it might be good to tell you about my focus here. I know that I’ve somewhat covered it in my ABOUT page, but not many people go to a blogger’s about page.
As someone on a spiritual journey to know God better, I write posts that I would like to read. Sometimes they’re on writing, or perhaps a review of a good book. Sometimes I simply need a laugh and post something humorous. I also post cultural warning signs so that fellow travelers will not be hurt along the path. Because foster care and adoption played a part in my childhood, I also write about that. And occasionally I post a devotional thought or journal entry from my various journals. My “How-to’s” seem to draw the most readers. Well . . . you get it. I intentionally mix it up–writing what I like reading.
Posting on a multiplicity of topics can prove frustrating for someone who’s looking for “a brand.” If you need a brand to subscribe to and follow my blog, check “categories” to filter my posts OR let it be this:
LOVE, LIFE, & ENCOURAGEMENT ALONG THE JOURNEY
I suppose that would be the sum of the parts.
If anything in that brand appeals to you, then please follow my blog by either the follow button (if you’re on WordPress, signing up for email notifications, or subscribing to my post on Kindle.
Though it’s not a requirement to read here. I would really appreciate it too if you would take the time to comment too so that we can develop a community. I know you’re busy, but it’s really great when I go to a site and follow discussions. They sometimes enlarge or enhance the author’s post. I’ve been helped by them as well.
Well that’s about it. Thanks SO MUCH that you’ve read this far. And thanks for being a valued reader here at “David’s Place.” I appreciate your time and consider it a treasure.
This is really important. Hormones and antibiotics lace our meats. Marcy and I stopped eating store-bought meat two years ago. We eat SOME meats, but they’re organic, range-grazed, non-GMO, non-antibiotic, meats, fish, & fowl. What about you? Are you accidentally and unknowingly poisoning yourself? Your family?
PLEASE SHARE THIS WITH A “FRIEND.”
You may just save his/her life!
Sign the Petition too:
You asked where Marcy and I get our meats? The Healthy Buffalo, in Chichester, NH.
Yes, they will ship to you. No, we do not work for them. We’re new customers and LOVE what they offer.
The Healthy Buffalo on Facebook
- The CAFO – MRSA Connection (ediblearia.com)
- Majority Of Consumers Prefer Food Without Antibiotics (thinkprogress.org)
- Poll: Americans Don’t Want Antibiotics in Their Meat | Mother Jones (drabes.org)
- Avoiding antibiotics in meat getting harder: report (ctv.ca)
- The Deadly Addiction to Cheap Meat (inthesetimes.com)
- Avoiding antibiotics in meat (wxyz.com)
- Our Meat: No Antibiotics, Ever (wholefoodsmarket.com)
The following are two posts that I’ve written that relate to adoption and foster care. I hope that something here is helpful to my new and first-time readers:
Letter to an adoptive mom, encouraging her to recognize the gift of God in her desire to love her adopted children
The moment healing love broke the spell of fear that I was locked in as a six year old who couldn’t trust that I was loved and would never be sent back to foster care.
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- My Adoption Journey (she: Brenda) (oneshetwoshe.com)
- Families Matter! (and) Family matters? (policyperformanceconsultants.wordpress.com)
- The Bair Foundation Joins Christian Alliance for Orphans (prweb.com)
- Noy signs Foster Care Act (hreplib.wordpress.com)