Archive for December 2007

A Christmas Greeting and a Wish

It’s here. That day that generates feelings and sentiments of love, joy and community – no matter your faith or personal philosophy. What a wonder that one day, one season, one story… has been able to have such a universal impact for such a long period of time. As a global community we represent such

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Baby It’s Cold Outside

This morning we received a literal truckload of snow. I love it! Made my husband a cup of coffee, put on my Christmas music and gazed out our bay window while the mister shoveled the driveway. My kids are loving it too and are praying for a snow day tomorrow. For those with kids too

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The Gift of the Present

Lately I’ve been having very long days between work, kids’ commitments after school, family visits and then again more work. It seems I’m out at the crack of dawn and back well after the sun has set. We put so much effort into getting our home all comfy and welcoming for Christmas, but we’re hardly

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Diamond in the Rough

Whether you are a faith believer or not, there is no denying that things are different at this time of year. And I’m not talking about the buying frenzy. As a people and as communities, during the Holiday Season we are more focused on others than ourselves. Even better, many of us are more focused

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Win a Color Printer

This comes under the heading: better late than never. If you’re the kind of person who likes contests and could use a new Kodak Easy Share All-in-One Color printer read on. The ladies over at Two Moms in a Blog are sponsoring a contest to win this great printer. Most of the activities took place

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Moms and tots…and teens

The moment I delivered my first child was fantastic, blissful, etc. But the moment I got control of my hips back and mastered the use of the convertible stroller, I was truly a happy mama. I took her to places I liked to visit in the city…the lakefront, lunches with friends, her dad’s office, her

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Let Your Light Shine

I never grow tired of looking at homes all decked out for the holidays. Conservation is important but you have to admit homes lit up with lights are a boost to the spirit! Perhaps some of the blinking “Vegas type” homes are a bit much and may be missing the point of all of this,

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