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January 17, is National Hot Buttered Rum Day

January 17, is National Hot Buttered Rum Day

Quote of the Day
“Eat butter first, and eat it last, and live till a hundred years be past.” 452 more words

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Martin Luther King Day: But Did You Know This About Him?

When you look at this picture, what do you see?  For me, I see innocence and promise delicately on display.  I see another time.  Yet, I can’t help but be convinced that if we were of the same era he’d be a friend. 785 more words

Reflections

DEAR SANTA:


I told myself that once I had a family, I would start the holiday tradition of Christmas cards!


My friend is an avid Christmas card giver and she has used all sort of sites and recommended that Minted was the best one. 85 more words

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Christians and Christmas

I’ve never roasted chestnuts on an open fire, but have enjoyed tree decorating, gift wrapping, sneaky shopping, holiday tunes in the background, families converging, lights twinkling, carolers caroling, and stocking stuffing. 1,746 more words

Ring Out The Message Blog Posts

A dose of Christmas Spirit, please.

Thanksgiving came and went. Now we’re quickly approaching Christmas. Christmas – what seems to be the biggest holiday of the year. Stores and malls go crazy with holiday sales, decorations are everywhere, there’s a mad rush to cram all the traditions into a short period of time, kids come home from college/school, family too, gifts are expected, and the food! 816 more words

Daily Living

Merry Christmas, EVERYONE!!!

Christmas means different things to different people. For Catholics and Christians, the meaning of Christmas centers around the celebration of the birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ. 1,061 more words

Straight From The Pew

It's A Boy!

Luke 1:57-66 (NLT)

When it was time for Elizabeth’s baby to be born, she gave birth to a son. And when her neighbors and relatives heard that the Lord had been very merciful to her, everyone rejoiced with her. 541 more words

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