Monthly Archives: December 2019

Family Traditions: A Little Women Brunch

“Eventually beloved customs stretch like a golden ribbon over long years to bind generations together tenderly in memory. Simply stated, what more in life could any of us ask?” – Mrs. Sharpe’s Traditions   With many changes occurring in our extended family- which includes one set of  grandparents recently moving across the country and no […]

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Gingerbread Blessings

“Fathers, mothers, remember this: and if you would not have your children lost to you in after-life — if you would have your married daughters not forget their old home in the new one — if you would have sons lend a hand to keep you in the old rose-covered cottage, instead of letting you […]

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Setting the Stage: The Morning Routine

[I have been asked to write about my routine and time management. A lot of my time management begins in the morning, before the house stirs. Here is an account from this morning. Note added: My usual rising time is anywhere between 4:30 and 5 a.m. Yes, I had to train myself to wake up […]

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