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Posts made in January, 2016

How to make the most of a snow day

Posted by on Jan 23, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

We have all been there, snowed in and either frantic about it or loving the fact that there is nowhere to go for at least a 24 hour period and nothing can change that. For me, it’s the latter. Since the weathermen usually can predict the big storms, and also that we always shop and stock up regardless, nothing was nicer than waking and walking the dog in the silence of the snow falling and knowing it will take all day for them to dig us out. We live in the country basically and although they get to us, our...

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My Motto In Life

Posted by on Jan 20, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

What do we expect out of life? What do we want out of life? We are all here for a purpose and it is up to us to define that. I have multiple reasons I believe I have been placed on this earth and live by a certain motto. It is not something I made up or invented, it is not something you will be surprised to hear, but it is something I truly believe in and live by. My motto is giving, and what you give is what you will get in return. If you are ungrateful and nasty, that my friends is what you will receive. I...

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Our Fears

Posted by on Jan 6, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

I am sure that along with about half, if not more of the country, fear has crept into our lives little by little over these past horrific events in Europe and here on our own grounds. It makes us almost speechless and unable to comprehend that a young couple with a new baby would feel so much anger and hate that they would risk loss of their own lives to make a point! What point they were wanting to make still leaves us with a big question mark over our heads and yet again, another group of people have lost their...

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Family Traditions

Posted by on Jan 3, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The week of Christmas, our son was able to come home and spend a bit of time with us. It was decided that he would finally learn the recipe for my grandmother’s matzo ball chicken soup. When he arrived and we got all the ingredients out, he was such a good listener and he¬†was very easy to teach. Johnathan loves to cook and enjoys learning so it was a pleasure to teach him. My mother learned from my grandmother and I learned from my mother. It was fun to share this tradition with him and he will now be able...

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