Finding out you are borderline diabetic before Easter weekend has the potential to drastically effect your enjoyment of the profusion of sweets that typically accompany the festivities. As the duly appointed agent of holidays in my family, I had to rethink my approach to the way we celebrate–not only for my health, but for my kids and […]
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It starts in November just after Halloween and way before Thanksgiving, which really upsets a lot of people.
Dear Santa, It’s been a while since I wrote you.
November is the month of Thanksgiving, and this year we decided to take the idea of sharing one thing we are grateful for each day one step farther.
October means preparing for the Great Pumpkin. (If you don’t understand that reference, I don’t know that we can be friends.)
September 23 marks this year’s Autumnal Equinox, and around here that means the holiday season begins.
No matter how times (or attitudes) have changed, marriage is still a big deal, starting with the wedding.