Have a Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

March 17th we will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in honor of the patron saint of Ireland who is credited for bringing Christianity to the country. Irish legend tells of how Saint Patrick (who was British, not Irish) used the shamrock as a metaphor for the Holy Trinity when first introducing Christianity to Ireland in the…

How to Start Your Spring Garden Indoors Now

Spring may not have sprung in your neighborhood yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start your garden. You can start seeds indoors now and have them ready to transplant outdoors by the time spring is in full swing. Starting your garden indoors using seeds is much more cost effective than buying plants, as seeds…

Daylight Savings Time

It’s almost time to spring your clocks forward again! Have you ever asked yourself what the purpose of daylight saving time is, and how it got started? Daylight saving time, also known as “daylight savings time” or “daylight time” (the correct term is “daylight saving time” in lower case, not upper case, according to the…

Warm Hearts With Wonderful Winter Casseroles

One of the things most of us look forward to during the cold winter months are wonderful winter casseroles that warm the heart and soul, not to mention the body. When it’s cold outside, nothing says “hearth and home” like the smell of a mouthwatering casserole baking in the oven, just waiting to be enjoyed….