holidays

dining in

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With so many people sheltering in dining at home is the norm these days. However, I have been the recipient of of a few fine meals that make it a treat. How wonderful to have something already prepared, or in the refrigerator. Not having to scavenge for food, or think up what you want to […]

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Traveling Through Ornaments

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With travel close to a standstill this Christmas, many of us may be traveling through memories. For Keith and I, when we travel, we tend to pick up Christmas ornaments as souvenirs. Then each year when I decorate the tree, I can remember back to that magical trip as I place the ornament on the […]

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Five fun ideas for Valentine's Day

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Are you a last minute Lucy? (Sorry to the Lucy’s out there!) Have you waited to come up with something to do this, YES, this Friday, Valentine’s Day? Well if so, here are a few ideas that won’t break the bank 1. Family dinner out, make it pizza. No sitter? Or are you like us […]

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Christmas Eve Down on the Farm

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I took the Twas the Night Before Christmas and made my own Christmas Eve Down on the Farm, I hope you like it! ‘Twas the night before Christmas, down on the farm The barn cats were cuddled on the pad in the shed The groundhog was tunneled Deep in his underground bed. The coyotes were […]

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Santa Claus

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John Coots wrote, “You better watch out you better not cry, you better not pout I’m telling you why, Santa Claus is coming to town!” The Jolly Old Elf is on his way with less than three weeks until Christmas. With Christmas so close, do you know the story behind St. Nick? The Real St. […]

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