Month: November 2018

The Lesson of Fallen Leaves

When I look out over my yard, all I see are multicolored fallen leaves!  Despairing of having to mow and mulch yet again, I realized that even in fallen leaves, there is a lesson to be learned. As the leaves

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GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE 2 Cans (1lb. Each) whole green beans 2 teaspoon garlic salt 2 cans (10 ½ oz. Each) cream of mushroom soup ½ soup can of milk 2 cans (2oz. Each) mushrooms 1 pkg. (2 oz.) slivered almonds

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Our Thanksgiving Day

  I. Children, do you know the story Of the first Thanksgiving Day, Founded by our Pilgrim Fathers In that time so far away? II. They had given for religion Wealth and comfort, yes, and more, Left their homes, and

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Today is Election Day. The day where we citizens choose who will represent us in government. It’s a big deal to be able to vote! Some people don’t have that luxury. Yet, every day we face opportunities to make choices.

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Flying in the Right Direction

  A few days ago a flock of Canada Geese were making their way to their winter home, at least we think they were.  There must have been 300 flying together!  Their honking filled the air as they flew in

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