Tag Archives: Thanksgiving

The “I See You” Snow globe by Julie Arduini

This isn’t your traditional Thanksgiving Eve day post, but my prayer is you find hope and a spirit of thankfulness through our experience I’m about to share. Fifteen years ago on this very day, we nearly lost our daughter. Over … Continue reading

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Wishing You The Best by Tara Randel

  Can you believe Thanksgiving week is upon us? I must admit, October blew by and I thought I had a handle on November, but here we are. Ready for turkey day! This year I’m cooking. I love the tradition … Continue reading

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Words to Change Lives

By Nancy J. Farrier   So, here we are. 2018. The first day of a brand-new year. A clean slate in front of us. What will we do with this year?   Many people choose to make New Year’s resolution. … Continue reading

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Transition Week by Tara Randel

This is the time of year I like to call transition week. We’ve just finished celebrating a beautiful Thanksgiving weekend and now our mood shifts to the joyful Christmas season. The week between football and turkey to lighted trees and … Continue reading

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‘Tis the season to be . . .grateful!

When most of us think of Thanksgiving, turkeys and big meals usually come to mind. Who can stick to a diet when some of the dishes passed around the table are offered only once a year? It’s the one holiday … Continue reading

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Lyn Cote’s Crockpot Stuffing

Hi! I thought this recipe might help you out. It’s great if you have a crowd coming and a crowded oven on Thanksgiving. – Lyn’s Crockpot Stuffing 1/3 cup butter 1 cup onion, chopped 1 cup celery, chopped 1/2 tsp. … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Thanksgiving by Marilyn Turk

By Marilyn Turk As we approach Thanksgiving, I’m counting my blessings as a writer. So often we writers tend to look at where we have failed. We focus on the rejections, the wasted time, the unfinished projects, the guilt of … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks by Tara Randel

Happy Thanksgiving! Here’s wishing you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving. My you find time to spend with those you love and count all the many blessings the Lord has bestowed upon you this year. While you’re enjoying a festive … Continue reading

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The Holiday Season by Tara Randel

For those of you still weathering the high temperatures of summer, here’s a treat. Something to get you excited about the upcoming holidays. This holiday season, warm your heart with 15 connected sweet, clean, wholesome holiday romances set in Christmas … Continue reading

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A Holiday Win by Julie Arduini

Julie Arduini shares her holiday victory. Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Wishes by Tara Randel

Here is wishing you and your family a special day of thanksgiving. As you enjoy the company of loved ones, never forget all the blessings God has graced you with over the years. I know I plan to think about … Continue reading

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What Comes Out of Sickness by Camy Tang

I have just come out of possibly the worst 10 days of my life. I had some pretty bad menstrual cramping for a couple days, but one of the generic acetaminophen tablets I took for the pain ended up giving … Continue reading

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What to be Thankful for this Thanksgiving by Elizabeth Goddard

For my post, I decided to write up a list of things to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. The posts on the topic floating around the internet must be in the thousands, I’m sure. Why not join the numbers?   … Continue reading

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The Art of Thankfulness by Maureen Lang

When I listen to the news these days, it seems there are countless reasons to boycott any sense of Thankfulness this year. War, pestilence, poverty . . . we don’t have to look far to see a suffering world. On … Continue reading

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I’m Not Ready by Julie Arduini

You know the phrase, “Be careful of what you wish for, you just might get it?” I was thinking about that when I looked at the pictures from Greater Buffalo earlier this week. I heard a lot of people say … Continue reading

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