When it’s cold outside or it’s the end of a day and I don’t know what to eat I open the cupboard and look for THAT can! Yes, that’s right. Two slices of toast, preferably with real butter on them, and hot, steaming canned spaghetti is just what I love to eat.
This is something my Mom would make for me many, many years ago. You know in the years when I was an only child (insert my sisters sighing….) and when we would be alone with Dad out traveling.
Strange enough I remember my first summer working at Keswick and you could order this in their little cafe. I think it was $1 for the meal. Oh what memories!!
At any rate this was supper one night this weekend and it was great!
I have been doing job interviews lately, and most of the roles I am trying to fill are not junior roles. The managers who I do work with though are finding a trend in hiring and this video – a parody of an interview – but frighteningly real!
If you are a Millennial – you may want to set a good standard and change the way this generation are viewed.
We watched Hour of Power this morning which is our usual practice. Bobby Schuller has taken his grandfather’s work and brought it into a new age. Today’s guest was Ed Stetzer. Ed is a great speaker, and by the way, a strong supporter of The Salvation Army. I’ve spoken to him a couple of times and he truly believes that we are the best-positioned denomination in the country for reaching the lost.
He spoke this morning about Jane the Uber driver and so I thought I would share it with you. I hope you are able to ask “what would Jane do” ?