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1. | Aug 6, 2014
TetDnr Really enjoyed this blog.Thanks Again. Awesome.
2. | Nov 15, 2013
Hi guys, finally the blog is up and riunnng. My week is just not the same without seeing what you guys are up to. Loved the pics of Rusty and the cauliflower. Thursday in the truck on the way to our CSA drop off Ben had a small head of purple cabbage in his lab and was having a riot pulling the leaves off and handing them to Jake. Too funny. Hope Rusty continues to be a good eater, the boys suddenly decided last week they no longer liked potatoes, carrots, sweet potatoes or anything else farm grown. It's all bread all the time or anything with eggs. I'm being creative by cooking veggies and mashing them and then putting them in a fritatta so they are still getting the veggies without knowing it. I hope you guys are getting along well with the farm and Rusty.
3. | Nov 11, 2013
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4. | Aug 28, 2013
Hi Patty,I didn't want to know the details of the poitoisn because I didn't want to say yes or no based on the criteria I usually use to measure whether I should take on a commitment . do I have the time, what would I have to give up, is it a healthy choice based on what I already have on my plate, could I give it the time and effort what's needed to do it well???????? It isn't a major life change like a job change just an additional ministry opportunity so I did know it wouldn't take me to a new place or take over what my life looks like now in a big way. I wanted to seek God's leading and will without figuring it out on my own, if that makes sense. It may delay pursuit of speaking engagements and ramping up the writing that I felt God was calling me to, so I wanted Him to make the call .
5. | Aug 24, 2013
Oh my goodness! These look like tasty lttlie pieces of heaven! I totally agree with you I practically carry around Frank's in my purse. And a blue cheese mousse?!?! I never knew blue cheese could be so fancy!
6. | Aug 23, 2013
That's EXACTLY why I have complained for years that there are so lakcnig 'Part-time careers' in HK! They are abundant in Europe! I mean, there are 60% or 80% jobs, or even 40% ones, and you get SAME promotions and development or advancements at work, say, if you get A-report for three years, for example, then you can get promoted, with a certain (fixed) percent of payrise, but of course, 60% AM, for example, will get promoted to be a 60% Manager. It is a good solution to (at least): (1) provide more job opportunities; (2) help solve unemployment problems; (3) help enterprises lower risks in hiring less experienced/qualified employees, thus facilitate better manpower planning, human resource management, staff development, etc.; (4) help people change to other industries (for whatever reasons) as there are more readily 'test-runs' available in the market; (5) promote work-life balance; (6) SOLVE THE EXACT PROBLEM of (mostly new) parents; (7) be less dependent in a few staff members (the best ones of each rank/post); (8) give enterprises more choices, thus higher bargaining power (in terms of salaries); (9) promote company image by showing CARE to the community; and (10) help to boost economy by giving people more days off and thus more leisure time to SPEND MONEY! I truly think that it is a win-win-win-win solution, so I don't understand why the Gov. is not doing anything or promote it. At least I would NOT mind having a long weekend EVERY WEEK in exchange for having 20% less salary (base on the salary of my last job :P). Not only new parents, but many young people would also like the idea of 80% career (but not jobs with no prospects). Working for one less day does not mean that on the other four days we would not still OT as hard as a dog for the boss, frankly, but just have a bit more personal time, no matter for sleeping, Facebooking, studying or whatever, it is healthier than working 60 hours in office per week. I think it is a good idea, esp. when Donald *verbally* asked HK people to have three children!
7. | May 20, 2013
tonight when we finished, Hey mom you know that could be me. You know raeding is tough for me, and I have a hard time. I told him I know, but you can do anything you dream of My son's reply I know mama, and I know I'm not alone. . Your book choked me up as a mom because I see his struggle, but his response left me thinking he will rise above this and he will do great. He also left me blubbering! Thank you for this book and how the story is told he heard he could do this thing called life and come out on top.
8. | Apr 28, 2013
tonight when we finished, Hey mom you know that could be me. You know rendaig is tough for me, and I have a hard time. I told him I know, but you can do anything you dream of My son's reply I know mama, and I know I'm not alone. . Your book choked me up as a mom because I see his struggle, but his response left me thinking he will rise above this and he will do great. He also left me blubbering! Thank you for this book and how the story is told he heard he could do this thing called life and come out on top.