The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; His mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning. Great is thy faithfulness.
This is the Ferguson’s dog. When not looking majestic, she’s barking for food or drolling on her owners’ laps in an attempt to get food.
Katie’s Law of Healthy Alternatives: Healthy foods will always cost more than unhealthy foods. This is a cruel irony because it deters people from buying food that would allow them to live better lives. Surviving on Skippy, Ritz crackers, and Domino’s 2-for-1 pizzas may be cheap but your arteries will hate you forever. Companies sell unhealthy food cheap because it costs less to make and because there is a larger market for it. It is a small group of people who both can afford and are interested in buying healthy food. Thus a cycle develops: low demand for healthy food raises costs thereof; high cost of healthy food eliminates customers, reducing demand. The moral of the story is to buy peanut butter with real peanuts and bread that still has a semblance of grain in it. And much a little celery. It’s not just for rabbits.