No-Crust Spinach Quiche

When my friend, Lengel, and her family stayed at the Wayside Inn in Maine a couple of years ago this Spinach Quiche was served and she loved it and asked for the recipe, which she then passed on to me, which I very slightly modified. And wow! This is one of those meals that I […]

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New Beginnings

Hello there. I hope your Christmas was merry and bright and wonderful in every way. Mine was everything I could hope for ~ kids home, hubby on vacation, my parents here for six days, a combined extended-family Christmas Day lunch, and days filled with happiness, laughter, visiting, game playing, eating, and movies. What could be […]

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It Is Not Far To Bethlehem

{Art Print ~ For God So Loved the World by Simon Dewey} It is not far to Bethlehem, Where lies the newborn King! It is not far to Bethlehem, Where holy angels sing. As Wise Men saw the guiding star That led them where He lay, The shepherds heard the heavenly song That first glad […]

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JOY

Here are two wonderful Christmas stories to share with your families, just in case you missed them this month. 1944 ~ A War Christmas Story Our Christmas Offering {Click here to see where I link up.} Enter your email address: Delivered by FeedBurner

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Toffee Fruit Dip – 4 Versions

Have you just about exceeded your sugar limit for this time of year? This would be a nice, refreshing addition to a holiday appetizer menu, served with a meal or as dessert, or just as a snack. We like eating this very tasty fruit dip with apples, pears, grapes, and bananas. Make this ~ your […]

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Christmas Traditions

Traditions: give us something to look forward to, bring those involved closer together and help us feel secure in our relationships with them, cultivate a feeling of belonging to something special, and help us create memories with people we love. Interestingly, the word “traditions” is derived from the Latin word tradere which literally means to […]

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Our Christmas Offering

{We Three Kings by Simon Dewey} You’ve probably heard of Norman Vincent Peale. But if not, he was minister and author {The Power of Positive Thinking and many others}, and he and his wife started the Guideposts religious magazine. He tells of an experience he had on a cold Christmas Eve while shopping with his […]

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No-sew Christmas Burlap Table Runner and Christmas Jar Candles

Are you thinking about your Christmas Eve or Christmas Day table settings? Are you needing a little something new, something quick and easy, and something very inexpensive? Well, this just might be what you are looking for. Yesterday when I was looking at our tables and trying to visualize how I wanted to set them […]

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Creative Gift Wrapping Ideas

 {via} {via}  {via}  {via} {via} I love nicely wrapped Christmas gifts. There’s just something about them that speaks beauty to my soul. The above pictures and video reflect my gift wrapping style. Beautiful. Simple. Festive. What’s your style?       {Click here to see where I link up.}   Enter your email address: Delivered […]

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Minty Chocolate Cookies

My sister {Thanks, Toni, luv you.} brought these cookies to our cookie exchange last weekend and she is sharing the recipe with us. If you like the combination of chocolate and mint, this is the cookie for you. *recipe note: Since I only cook from scratch I never buy boxed cake mixes. But I will […]

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls

First off I have to tell you two things: 1} These Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls are not at all good for you. 2} They take a good half day to make. But are they worth it? Yes and No. Yes ~ because for a special occasion dessert {like for a party} they are delicious and […]

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1944 ~ A War Christmas Story

Today I want to share a beautiful and uplifting Christmas story that my family often listens to on Christmas morning. It is a true story told by Michael Ballam on his “Music and the Mind” CD. Most of the world was in turmoil on Christmas Eve, 1944. World War II was being fought and in addition […]

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