Monthly Archives: December 2014

You Can Go Home Again by Pepper Phillips

This fall I went home again. Back to Lewiston, Idaho where I was born and Clarkston, Washington, where my Granny lived. The Snake River separates the two cities. I lived with my Granny during the 2nd and 3rd grade.  It … Continue reading

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Organizing for Next Christmas by Pepper Phillips

It’s that time of year when the Christmas Decorations need to be taken down and put away for next year. But not yet, for me. I love the look of Christmas in my living room and will keep it up … Continue reading

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The Christmas Feeling

The Christmas feeling started at Thanksgiving with a rehearsal of the Nutcrackers on Ice where my grandchildren performed. A week later the other pair of grandchildren invited us to their school’s Christmas concert, an elaborate and so professional Christmas pageant … Continue reading

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Counting Blessings

So. Thanksgiving flew around the corner this year! Now, Christmas Eve is upon us and Christmas is on Thursday. Wow! For the life of me, I’ll never know where this year went. But it did. Each month pushed in so … Continue reading

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Even Myren Wishes You a Merry Christmas! by Stephanie Queen

The REAL Santa So after three straight days of shopping and chauffeuring and spending money, listening to Christmas Carols on the limo radio and waving Myren’s cigar smoke out of my face–for some reason he thinks he can do whatever … Continue reading

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Top 5 Christmas Favorites by Joan Reeves

Are you ready to sit down and put your feet up? I am. From Thanksgiving to New Year’s, I always feel as if I’m in a timed track and field sprint event. Actually, I guess it’s more like a marathon … Continue reading

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Cures for the holiday blues

Christmastime can be difficult for those who have lost a loved one during the year. There is a loneliness about this time that even holiday music, lights and cookies can’t totally overcome. That is just one of the reasons I … Continue reading

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