Now may the Lord Jesus Christ and our Father God, who loved us and in his wonderful grace gave us eternal comfort and a beautiful hope that cannot fail, encourage your hearts and inspire you with strength to always do and speak what is good and beautiful in his eyes (2 Thessalonians 2:16-17 TPT).
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Sunday, March 22, 2015
|It's All About Me|
|The Gospel Is Love|
Friday, March 20, 2015
|Avoid Writing Mistakes|
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
|Loosen dirt before your vacuum|
- Using a stiff brush, loosen any dried mud or stuck particles, then use a small air compressor to blow the dirt toward the center. This makes it easier to vacuum it up.
- Use non-ammonia window cleaner for glass. A microfiber cloth won’t leave lint.
- Leather should be cleaned with a compound containing an aloe conditioner. Ammonia based products used on leather and dashboards will dry out the material.
- Hand washing is best because you can feel the surface and scrub off any stuck on grime. A cleaning solution designed for vehicles is safe for the paint while dishwashing detergent will strip off any wax coatings and leave the car susceptible to more scratches and dings.
- Wax wears off over time. Replace the wax as seasons change.
|Hand washing cars is best|
Sunday, March 15, 2015
|Caring for abandoned dogs|
- Contact Rescue Shelters – find one at www.petfinder.com.
- Place Ads in newspapers
- Put Posters at veterinarians offices
- Ask people you know
|Cats need care|
Friday, March 13, 2015
|Connections by Edie Melson|
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
by Barbara Latta
|Grout cleaning can be easier|
Sunday, March 8, 2015
|Remove weeds before they take root|
|Bad thoughts can become weeds|
Friday, March 6, 2015
|Markers for Single Moms|
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
- Use fog lights—the yellow color cuts through fog better than white and also are closer to the road than headlights. This helps illuminate the area in front of your car.
- Slow down—especially before approaching a hill or curve. There may be other vehicles in the road and will not be visible until you are upon them.
- Pump your brakes—when approaching a foggy area flashing the tail lights will alert others behind you.
- Slow down—this can’t be emphasized enough. Any type of bad weather requires adjusting speed. Cars can hydroplane on wet roads, slowing down helps prevent this.
- Avoid Flooded Areas—don’t drive though large puddles of water. It is impossible to estimate how deep they are. Many people have been swept away by trying to drive through water they thought was shallow.
- Check Your Brakes—after your car has been splashed with water, feathering the brakes will create heat which will dry them out.
Monday, March 2, 2015
|Reading can be shared|
|Close contact on planes|
|Time is a gift|