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Regem angelorum

I realize Thanksgiving is barely in the rearview mirror, but my heart is already looking toward the next holiday. I cannot explain the transition of Thanksgiving into Christmas, I think it has a lot to do with my family. We … Continue reading

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snacking

Yesterday we ate ourselves silly with a huge meal of thanksgiving. Today is the day of snacking and eating little bits here and there throughout the day. Football games, Black Friday shopping, binge-watching shows, anything is possible to pass the … Continue reading

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craving more

I have a sweet tooth. Make that teeth. If I have to choose between something savory or sweet, I will choose the sweet. My husband knows this and from time to time will buy chocolate for me. In the beginning, … Continue reading

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stomach stretching

My grandparents’ church hosted a Turkey Dinner every fall for over 70 years.  My great-grandmother, grandmother, grandfather, and other family members would help serve the meal to the families who bought the tickets to the dinner.  When our extended family arrived, we would … Continue reading

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Grateful Responsibility

This year is the first year we will not be spending Thanksgiving gathered around a table with multiple family members to give thanks. I will miss tossing rolls to my brother across the table or listening to the silly giggles … Continue reading

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