Tag Archives: Mississippi

Even the logs will cry out!


We have 2 large logs to sit on by our firepit…one day I noticed that it had a cross in the center of it. It reminded me of the verse…”He replied, I tell you that if these keep silent, the … Continue reading

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Two Mississippi Sisters Safe After Slayings of Mother and Sister


The two young sisters abducted from their Tennessee home were found alive two weeks after they were kidnapped. Their kidnapper had already killed their mother and sister. 12-year-old Alexandria and 8-year-old Kyliyah Bain went home alive, but very tired, scared … Continue reading

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Gardening in Mississippi and the South in Oct., Nov., and Dec.


  In the Vegetable Garden Outdoors in the garden add compost, manure, and wood ash top improve vegetable beds, digging it in well about 6” to 12” deep. Add a little lime for Cole crops in the brassica beds and also where … Continue reading

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Go Fish Ministries, Inc. News Letter Nov.1, 2011


  Go Fish Ministries, Inc.  News Letter   Nov.1, 2011 Jesus said: Follow me and I will make you fishers for the souls of others.  Matthew 4:19 Sis. Kimberly Hartfield, B.S. M.S. Christian Counselor                    https://gofishministries.wordpress.com/                    Contact or unsubscribe: gofishbooks@gmail.comContinue reading

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April 2011 Newsletter


Go Fish Ministries, Inc.  News Letter   Apr.1, 2011 Jesus said: Follow me and I will make you fishers for the souls of others.  Matthew 4:19 Sis. Kimberly Hartfield, B.S. M.S. Christian Counselor                   Contact or unsubscribe: gofishbooks@gmail.com Counselors’ Corner Well … Continue reading

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Gardening in Mississippi and the South: January and February


Gardening in South Mississippi – January and February   If you think there’s not a lot to do in the garden in the last hours of winter, take another look at these late winter garden chores and get busy.  One … Continue reading

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How to Build a Wood Log Cabin


The most notable type of frontier house east of the Mississippi River was the log cabin. Until the settlers crossed the Mississippi, they were surrounded by dense forests. In the 18th century, American pioneers often used the wood of the … Continue reading

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Gardening in Mississippi and the South: August and September


Gardening in Mississippi and the South: August and September With all the recent flooding of farmlands in Mississippi, some are predicting skyrocketing food prices and food riots by late August or early September. I suggest you head this possibility off … Continue reading

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Gardening in Mississippi and the South: May, June and July


Gardening in Mississippi and the South: May, June, and July   With all the recent flooding of farmlands in Mississippi, some are predicting skyrocketing food prices and food riots by late August or early September. I suggest you head this … Continue reading

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Hattiesburg Zoo and Kamper Park


Visiting the Hattiesburg Zoo and Kamper Park Has brought many a delight over the years From walking its pathways with my own tiny feet To racing down them with my own little dears The elephant that made it her home … Continue reading

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Mississippi Weather


Our wild Mississippi weather Is much like a southern belle Changing the look on her face Depending on how she feels Sunny one day and stormy the next Oh, how she is fickle! Some days she’s hot as hell The … Continue reading

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A Mississippi Mama


I’m a Mississippi Mama With the Mississippi blues I got a life full a’ drama Not an ounce a’ good news Got a house full a’ young’ns Fightin’ like the devil But at bedtime they be snugglin’ Like a quatr’in … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day: A Dixie Dad


Happy Father’s Day to all our Redneck Men out there! God ain’t finished with ’em yet! A humorous and loving look at a South Mississippi Dad. I’m a deep south Dixie Dad With the redneck southern blues I’m redneck southern … Continue reading

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God’s Judgment


  Over the past couple of weeks the floodwaters along the rain-swollen Mississippi river and its tributaries have already washed away crops, forced many to seek refuge on higher ground and closed some of the dockside casinos that are vital … Continue reading

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Mississippi Mists


Mississippi Mists ©2010 Kimberly Hartfield There’s nothing quite so peaceful as the mist On your face on a Mississippi mornin’ There’s nothing quite so steamy as a cup Of Mississippi coffee – just warmin’ There’s nothing quite as fresh as … Continue reading

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Of Jesus Fish and Jelly Fish


As I walked along the Mississippi beach with my family earlier this summer I saw a familiar sight.  Every few feet or so I saw the clear jelly-looking blobs washed ashore by the tides ebb and flow.  Once filled with … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Choctaw Indian Fair of Mississippi


A Visit to the Choctaw Indian Fair of Mississippi I recently had the opportunity to visit the annual Choctaw Indian Fair near Philadelphia, MS with my family.  It was a wonderful cultural experience that we will remember for the rest … Continue reading

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