Monthly Archives: December 2011
(Tip of my cap to the Lovely and Talented SwampWoman at A1ASouth)
Steyn, at his best, at National Review: The story has all the usual elements — the utter capriciousness of airline “safety”: The Dainiak family was told by Southwest staff that the boy would either have to forgo the protective seat or get off the plane because the chair was not compliant with FederalAviation Administration rules. “It was a […]
From our little Family, to yours…love you ALL! My earworm today…love this song:
I went shopping. First the Commissary. Then the Exchange. Home to fix My Chief something to eat…then out again. Back to the Exchange and Commissary for things I forgot. Then Target and Firehouse Subs for a King’s Hawai’ian pulled pork and slaw sandwich…oh, so YUM! Then to OP Mall for a couple gifts I had […]
There may be more professional, more musically perfect versions of this song…but I have a real soft spot for little ones at their holiday programs.
A Guideposts staffer shares the joys of the Festival of Lights, which at her parents’ house on Long Island means food, family and faith. Savoring the Delectable Delights of Hanukkah.
Something not exactly traditional… …but I believe God greets us where we ARE, not where others think we should be… This one’s pretty much tradition now, isn’t it?