I want to share on this Christmas morning my all time favorite Christmas book. It is called Humphey’s First Christmas, by Carol Heyer and awesome writer and illustrator. One does not need to even read the book to enjoy it thanks to the incredible illustrations by Carol. [Read more…]
Today I picked up ingredients for my Mom’s infamous fruitcake. Before you shudder, it isn’t like the typical fruitcakes. It is AWEsome. I’ve not made this recipe til this year . . . for years my Mom would make each Christmas season. My Dad & Mom moved this September to an assisted living center, I’m doing the dutiful #1 daughter thing and making this fine masterpiece (it really is) for them and also for someone else I sincerely appreciate and who also mentioned from from the pulpit that he loves “fruitcake”. [Read more…]
Obviously, this is a reprint of an article submitted to the Romeo Observer and published on December 7, 1988.
The need for blood and platelets is still true today. Please consider making this precious gift of life this Christmas season. There is someone waiting for both especially this time of year.
Contact your local Red Cross office or click here for blood: http://www.redcrossblood.org/make-donation or for platelets: http://www.redcrossblood.org/donating-blood/types-donations/platelet-donation.
Have a blessed Christmas season to your and your family.
Guest View Point by: Lady Hugs
“Bullet Can’t Keep Dog Down”
Auntie M tells me I am beautiful with my one big brown eye. I think so, too. People always feel bad for me but this is all I’ve ever known. And like I said earlier I have had a very blessed life with Auntie M.
In 2009, I received the Canine Good Citizen Certificate, and became a registered Pet Therapy Dog.
After passing the Canine Good Citizen test which was held in Imlay City, Auntie M ordered a rib eye dinner from Lucky’s Steak House for me and I shared it with her. Also, in my honor, I even have an email address and a Michigan license plate with my name. Click here to read the entire article…. And to read Auntie M’s and my entire story go to Our Story.