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From our house to yours

For The Best Days of Our Lives – That’s Today!!

 Today’s Question from  Barb. . .Company’s coming, house is decorated; how can I save the huge puzzle I’m working on.  Every time I try to put it somewhere, it comes apart.  What shall I do?” Have you got any ideas for Barb?

Dorothy Wilhelm: Not all of family holiday traditions are worth keeping

I hated to visit my grandmother’s house, Christmas or not. Even if you made it over the river and through the woods, you still had a three-mile trek straight uphill to Grandma’s rural Oregon home. There was no electricity or plumbing and there seemed to be a variety of living things like spiders and bats in the corners of the attic where I slept.Read more: http://www.thenewstribune.com/2011/12/04/1931787/not-all-of-family-holiday-traditions.html#ixzz1fdAz3TIr Some Traditions aren’t worth keeping.

Comments

  1. Dorothy, Is that really you riding a MC?

    Did you know that my mothers father was a Harley Rider?

  2. Peggy Seldon Rowe writes about the puzzles:
    Burn it in the fireplace for Christmas cheer. or put it away til new years day.
    I find the burning idea, very tempting.

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