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Filed under Gifts, Holidays

Here is a 40 second video about this popular Christmas book, The Littlest Christmas Kitten. Just click here.

Books can be autographed by author if ordered before  December 5 on this website:  http://www.imagesunlimitedpub.com.

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Comments (0) Posted by Lee on Monday, November 28th, 2011

Filed under Good thoughts, Holidays
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Just as early Americans were thankful for surviving that first winter, let us also show thanks and gratitude for all we have received.

There seems to be more of an emphasis on Black Friday this season than on giving thanks for all the good things God has given us. Instead of wanting more and more “stuff”, let’s give thanks for all we have this Thanksgiving Day and everyday.

What are you thankful for? Family, friends? Warm home? Food? Clothes? Good health? Talents? Abilities? Connections? Sky, moon, stars? Trees, flowers, grass, sun?

Comments (0) Posted by Lee on Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

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In preparation for Thanksgiving, here are some tips to help you have a happy day with your family by guest Ivana Pejakovic .

Without a doubt Thanksgiving is a day that ought to be filled with hope, gratitude, and happiness. It is a time of togetherness and for appreciation of our family and friends. It is a day to be celebrated in joy and liveliness.

Comments (0) Posted by Lee on Monday, November 14th, 2011

Filed under Healthy food practices, Menus, Recipes

Cooler fall temperatures call for foods to warm you up. Here is a recipe that will make your kitchen smell wonderful, taste great, and

Vegetable Soup for a Crowd

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ward off the chill of the season. You may want to add a fresh green salad and bread, muffins, or whole wheat crackers. You will have a quick and easy nutritional meal for your family.

I always enjoy recipes I can put together without having to run to the store for ingredients. This one will have you using what you have on hand and finding it easy for children and others to put together.

Comments (1) Posted by Lee on Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

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