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Christmas Vocabulary – Meet Me Under the Mistletoe

Mistletoe has always been a magical, mysterious, and sacred plant of folklore since the time of the Druids. This Christmas phrase refers to a tradition of kissing under a sprig of mistletoe that probably dates to the ancient winter… Read More

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Christmas Music – the Customs and Traditions

Christian tradition and the liturgical Church calendar recognize the Christmas season from sundown on December 24 (Christmas Eve) through Epiphany of the Lord (January 6). Most of us celebrated the single day, December 25. Songs of the season… Read More

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An Early Gift

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara One of the nice things about living in one place for a long time is maintaining friendships.  My friend Greta and I have known each other since our oldest children were in… Read More

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Guest Author – Leeann Betts

Welcome guest author, Leeann Betts. She’s here to tell us about herself and her new release, In Search of Christmas Past. Leeann writes contemporary suspense, and has six titles in her cozy mystery series, By the Numbers, with… Read More

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Christmas Vocabulary – Bah, Humbug!

Christmas comes with its own vocabulary. I thought it’d be fun to share the origin and meaning of some of the more popular phrases like this one. Who wants to hear this phrase, which means disgust for the… Read More

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Home for a Texas Christmas

The snow and cold in Colorado we enjoyed so much during Christmas will be missing this year. We’re back in Texas for our most favorite holiday. Our oldest granddaughter, Catherine, is ecstatic that we’ve returned home to our… Read More

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Full Up at Miller Farm Inn

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara A fellow teacher at my school shares our love of dachshunds. Not quite as much as we do – she only has one.  Her dog’s name is Elvis and he is not… Read More

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