Monthly Archives: November 2008

Odd Juxtapositions

The economic situation is bad and even, depending on who you listen to, scary, and here we are on the brink of Christmas. Christmas, in the best of years, is incongruous with its observation centered on a joyous round of … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving 2008

All done, Advent and Christmas ahead. We had Scott’s folks and all our children here. It’s been a couple years since all three have been home at the same time. It was wonderful. Friday night after I went to bed, … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Cream Tart

The crust is particularly good on this pie, made of ground up gingersnaps and pecans. This is the pie I’m making for Thanksgiving dinner.  The recipe calls for it to be a tart, I made it as a pie last … Continue reading

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Christian mothers, fathers, teachers, artists…

One of the saddest things is when a hardworking mother or father or teacher (or artist or other good workman,) already in danger of burning out, is made to feel that he or she has failed to serve God (or … Continue reading

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We Gather Together…

I love seasonal hymns!  This one, which we sang in church this morning,  was introduced to me in 3rd or 4th grade elementary school music time–that time of the week when the music teacher would wheel in her piano and … Continue reading

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Holiday cooking videos

Some people love the food channel.  I used to watch it when I went to the gym.  Kind of a strange loop,  I realize, as I walked off the pounds and watched Paula Deen slather on the butter and sour … Continue reading

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SweetB’s got a new site!

My friend Barb’s need for a site that presents her artwork better coincided with my need to learn more about WordPress.  I do love it when things line up like that! She’s got a lot more artwork to add, but … Continue reading

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