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Category Archives: Thanksgiving
I’m thankful for many things this Thanksgiving. Oddly, I’m somewhat thankful even for my cold, dark oven. I’m thankful that I won’t be on my feet for hours today prepping and baking for a family gathering. For the first time … Continue reading
My Thanksgiving break was supposed to be less stressful and more relaxing this year because Terry and I decided to 1) not travel to Texas and 2) not host relatives for dinner. While my Thanksgiving day cooking was somewhat less … Continue reading
For the first time in years, Terry and I were not hosting Thanksgiving nor were we dashing 500 plus miles south to North Texas to join our children for the holiday. Our daughter has moved to the northwest and is … Continue reading
DEAR READERS: Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and no Thanksgiving would be complete without my sharing the traditional prayer penned by my dear mother: Oh, Heavenly Father, We thank Thee for food and remember the hungry. We thank Thee for health and … Continue reading
http://newsroom.aaa.com/tag/thanksgiving-travel-forecast/ Gas prices in Kansas have crept back up to almost $3/gallon after reaching as low as the upper $2.70s a few weeks ago. I still need premium for the Bonneville but at least it won’t be close to $4/gallon … Continue reading
Here comes the sun! I hope you all had a very Happy Thanksgiving, a successful shopping experience on Black Friday and safe travels home this weekend.
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It occurred to me this morning that people receiving my Christmas cards this year may be wondering where exactly I’d hidden my annual Christmas letter in this blog. So I did some quick rearranging and reconfiguring of categories to make … Continue reading
And so I’ve reached the penultimate day in my ‘Thirty Days of Thankfulness‘ series. No, it’s not the final day, since this marks the twenty-fourth posting with six more to go, but it is the traditional holiday date to give … Continue reading