Women of Freemasonry: Ruth

It’s been a bit of a crazy week at our house, school is out of session for T’s brothers, so we see them much more often, and his eldest brother graduated High School. 1,039 more words

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Chicken Spaghetti

Way back when I was in elementary and high school the most popular way to raise money was to sell chicken spaghetti plates.  This is the recipe that was the most used. 207 more words

Meats And Main Dishes

Women of Freemasonry: Adah

So, I didn’t realize until today, that only two of the five star points have been discussed! I’ve obviously been slacking a bit. If you’ve missed out on the others, you can find their stories here: 908 more words

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I started up an unintended debate...

DISCLAIMER:   THIS POST HAS TO DO WITH WHAT SOME PEOPLE WOULD CALL RELIGIOUS BELIEFS AND THEREFORE COULD BE A VERY TOUCHY SUBJECT.  THIS POST ISN’T INTENDED TO SPARK ANY TYPE OF DEBATE.  1,455 more words

Family Memories

The Daunting Task of Memorization

I’m not going to lie to you, I am really good at putting things off. Like many of you, I’m sure, if cleaning, homework, or even writing on this blog can wait until later, it will probably happen. 1,184 more words

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Portrait - Mrs. Thomas Hart Benton V

The entire process of creating a sculpted portrait of Barbara Benton was a joy for me. She is a lovely woman, inside and out. An Oklahoma native of Choctaw heritage, Barbara spent years as a professional dance instructor. 668 more words

Karen T. Taylor

Women of Freemasonry: Electa

Before I begin, let me say, Happy Mother’s Day! I am so grateful for all of the wonderful mothers in my life, they do so much for all of us. 786 more words

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