This week, I met with Kathy Thibodeaux, the Director of Ballet Magnificat, a Christian Ballet Troupe. Kathy’s companies were in Birmingham to do a production of The Snow Queen. Click on the video below to watch this week’s episode. And if you would like to see some of the photos of the dress rehearsal that …
This week I met with Emily Stone who shared with me practical advice on being open and flexible as I continue to grow. She also gave me her “10 Tips on How to Strengthen Your Family.”
HOMEMADE SALSA 20 ripe tomatoes, peeled 8 cloves of garlic, minced 2 large onions, chopped 4 bell peppers, seeded and chopped 1/3 cup vinegar 2 Tbsp. salt 14 jalapeno peppers, if desired To easily peel the tomatoes: Bring 2 large pots of water to a boil. Put the tomatoes in a clean kitchen sink, …
This week I met with Vera Voznyuk. Vera moved to the US in 1999 and has become involved in using her singing talents to lead others in worship.
This week I met with Judi Ragon. Judi taught for almost 40 years in the public school system. During my time with her, I learned about the gift of helps and what it really means when a godly woman retires.
This week I met with Jenn Browning, a real estate agent with Keller Williams. Jenn is successful in her business, but I learned that she balances the many demands of being a wife and mother quite well while she sells houses.
This week I met with Dr. Tammy Johnson, the Director of Lee University Developmental Inclusion Classroom. Tammy and her staff teach children with autism. Although I had never been around autistic children before, Tammy showed me how to act around them and how to interact with them.
This weekend, I met with Rhea Perry. Rhea sets the definition for a go-getter. She’s full of energy, ideas and plenty of actions. We attended a one day seminar together and then spent time talking together afterward. You can visit her website by clicking on this link.
This week I visited Naomi Thompson and learned about canning food and the gift of hospitality. Naomi has shown hospitality to hundreds if not thousands of people throughout her life.