Monthly Archives: November 2014

Wrapping up the year of Operation Christmas Child

I can be a cheerful giver – especially when it involves the retail and fabric therapy necessary for gathering items through the year to fill shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. Retail therapy leaves me quite cheerful. I love scoring great … Continue reading

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Grandma’s toy box

My granddaughter pulled toys out of my toy cupboard. She turned to her mother and commented, “I think Grandma has more toys than we do.” Her mother just laughed. She knew who the real winner was, but Caroline is right. … Continue reading

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Veterans make elections possible

Yesterday we voted. Next Tuesday we honor current and former members of the military. Due to the past and present military service of some, our nation as a whole again celebrated its freedom yesterday with an election. To honor those … Continue reading

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Cleaning elves do not bake

Following a morning of baking, I quickly crammed the baking equipment back into the cupboard so I could get out of the kitchen and read a book. In my rush to get on with my plans for the day, I … Continue reading

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