We are so excited and happy to see you!
After a long hard struggle, Caboodle has a ray of hope.Many of you have been with us
almost from the very beginning, and we so appreciate you!
This page is dedicated to "the kitties" of Caboodle.
And when you stop by, you'll find a few stories, many, from their perspective.
We've been through a lot, but we've
also learned a lot. And we know there will always be room for improvement as we grow together.
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All criminal charges against Craig have been dropped! This means that he will once again be about the business of developing and rebuilding the safe haven of Caboodle!Stay tuned to see what develops! There are several things in the works and there are many plans for improvement...but first, Craig needs your help! As you know, he can not do this by himself. He is in need of donations to help get him back on his feet and to help feed the kitties! Please see the current "Needs"/Wish List of things that are needed by Caboodle and see what you might be able to do to help.Craig and the Caboodle Cats all "Thank You!" for Standing by them and for your continued support!
Perhaps you're thinking "Here we are at just another wine web site"...But I would like to assure you, it isn't.
Bella Vino was created for the occasional wine sipper. One who may not have any substantial knowledge of, or experience with wines.
If you would like to become more knowledgeable about wines, we can easily help educate you here at Bella Vino with pertinent articles and information that will help you grow from novice into a seasoned 'Winer.'
"A meal with wine is dining - it's a conversation, an event. It's what wine is all about." Ray Coursen, Winemaker & Owner of Elyse Winery
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The attitude of Jesus toward wine, like that of the entire Bible, is neutral, praising its use and finding fault in its intemperate use. Certainly the production of wine at Cana (John 2:1-11) scarcely supports any belief that Jesus or the primitive Church regarded the use of wine as sinful in itself." (Dictionary of the Bible, John L. McKenzie, S.J.,1965 ).