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Holiday Supreme

Enjoy some holiday recipes in my December issue of The Judicial Palate.

Holiday Supreme

This article originally appeared in the December 2014 issue of The Journal of the Delaware State Bar Association, a publication of the Delaware State Bar Association. 11 more words

Fa la la la la

Since moving to Montana we have started a family tradition for Christmas, cutting our own tree. Cutting down our own Christmas tree was never an option for us in Utah. 224 more words


The Good, The Bad

To be honest, the end of this year is going out just as it came in. This year was full of either ecstasy or despair and nothing in between… So perhaps it’s fitting that our heater crapped out on us and is unfixable, that we haven’t been able to get the front planter paved over because of all the rain (and mud), the kitten has torn up the guest room carpet, and the Christmas present budget has made things fairly tight. 128 more words


Jesse Tree: Day 18 {Prophecy: New Covenant}

Instead, everyone will die for their own sin; whoever eats sour grapes—their own teeth will be set on edge.

“The days are coming,” declares the Lord,

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Tis the Season Day 1: Decorating the Tree

Every year, my family goes to one of the local Christmas tree farms and picks out a tree.  When I was little, in order to mark what ones we liked, my parents used my brothers and I as living markers.   349 more words


It's the Most Lonely Time of Year

Some of the first songs I learned by heart were Christmas carols – the religious ones, not the cutesy ones with animal voices the radio overplays. 527 more words