Sylvia Woodman found a typo that made a difference, and I've fixed it. She wrote:
"I was reading the Negativity page and I noticed a small typo. You have a quote from the book of Proverbs "better a dinner of herbs with love" it should be Proverbs 15:17 (not 7). It's a small thing and probably only geeks like me would check but I thought that you would like to know."
Nancy gave it to me correctly, but I "typoed" it when I added it to a second page. Here is the first (and correct from the beginnning) citation, on a page called "Advantages of Eating in Peace." It's in a good set of similar examples by me and Schuyler:
A story of what happened when someone opened The Big Book randomly (first under "Newest")
Last month I was published in two magazines and I'll be a regular columnist in one of them.
The HomeSchooler (formerly The California HomeSchooler, still published by the Home School Association of California (HSC), but gearing up to go national
Pathways to Family Wellness.
The first carried an interview of Joyce Fetteroll, which is not yet on my site. The second reprinted of my article "Rejecting a Pre-Packaged Life," and they laid it out beautifully. http://sandradodd.com/joyPaths (Click to enlarge it there or read it here.)