Easter Recipes

By Rosie Moore Have you ever made Square Deviled Eggs? It’s easy and I’m going to show you how: Ingredients: Cooking spray 12 large eggs 1/3 cup mayo 1 tbs. white vinegar 2 tsp. yellow mustard dash of salt and pepper Paprika and sliced chives, for garnish, optional Preheat oven to 350 deg. Coat an […]

A Song

By Rosie Moore Jesus the very thought of thee With sweetness fills my breast, But sweeter far thy face to see, and in thy presence rest.   Oh hope of every contrite heart, O joy of all the meek, To those who fall, how kind thou art! How good to those who seek!   Jesus, […]

The Chaplain Corps

By Rosie Moore All through my life I heard the expression, “you’re never too old to learn.” And that’s so very true. I am so pleased to be able to learn something new on many occasions, something that I never heard of before or knew about. I learned this interesting piece of news from my […]

The Joyous Gift of Grandparents

By Rosie Moore That’s the name of a little book I recently received. And here is the introduction for that book: “A woman and her granddaughter were spending time together one day. As often happened the little girl was plying her grandma with questions. Suddenly, with a very serious tone the girl asked, “Grandma, what […]

Ruby is 100!

By Rosie Moore Our “gem” Ruby Miller of the S & S Bowling Lanes in Fountain City turned 100 years old on January 30. A remarkable day to remember both then and now. I asked her how did she like being 100 and she said wonderful! She has a slight hearing problem but her mind […]

The Month of Love

By Rosie Moore Nearly everyone knows the story of St. Valentine, the imprisoned saint who was killed because he officiated at the marriages of Christian couples. The Romans paid honor to the Roman God of Fertility on February 14th, but St. Valentine didn’t honor pagan idolatry. While in prison St. Valentine wrote a letter to […]

A gathering of hope

By Rosie Moore I recently received a little book written by Helen Hayes called, “A Gathering Of Hope.” We older ones remember Helen I’m sure, but, for the younger ones let me explain that she was a famous actress, born in 1900, died in 1993 of congestive heart failure. A star of many movies, such […]

Practice! Practice!

By Rosie Moore Most of my columns are written with admonishments or thoughts for us “Seniors” but today I’m giving some advice to the younger set. Here’s why: When I was around eight years old I had a friend at school and was invited to her home every day after school. I loved to go […]

Closing the old year

By Rosie Moore It is a sad time, the end of an old year, yet we try to liven it up by making resolutions, which we invariably don’t keep. A few days before January 1st, I saw in my little book, “My Daily Psalms and Prayers” a remarkable prayer that helped me cross from the […]

Life in 1917

By Rosie Moore Another New Year is here for me– and you. It is hard to contemplate what the new  year will bring, what will we see? What will we hear? What will we do? Just as it is hard for me to contemplate what happened a hundred years ago, in 1917. So I looked […]