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Changing with the Season

My favorite season is approaching and the weather in Connecticut has shifted to cool temperatures this past week and I love it.  The girls are back to school and I am working hard to create some sort of a rhythm in my work and home life.  I always find that this time of year is …

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The Easter Story by Annie Willis McCullough

It was late in the fall when Fuzzy Caterpillar gave up. “I suppose this is the end of me,” he thought in his little round head as he tried to wriggle across the road and couldn’t because his back was so stiff. “Now I am an old man and I shall never see another summer. …

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The Tulip Fairies

(It is very simple to make these little Easter Egg Vases… Poke a hole at one end of an egg and carefully create an opening at the other end, empty the egg contents and rinse well… cut a flower short but long enough to bring the stem all the way through and find a little …

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Begin with The Children

“I have the audacity to believe that peoples everywhere can have three meals a day for their bodies, education and culture for their minds, and dignity, quality and freedom for their spirit. I believe that what self-centered men have torn down, other-centered men can build up.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr. ~~~ Peace is the …

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The Blizzard’s Robe by Guest Blogger, Valarie Budayr from Jump Into A Book

As I sit and write this, snow is covering our house and garden. Though books are a part of our everyday life, they contribute into a focal point during winter time. A family snow time favorite is to build a roaring fire, gather some cozy quilts, and bring a huge stack of books with us. …

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