As much as we fed our stomaches this year, with turkey and mashed potatoes smothered in gravy... Our hearts and souls were fed by brothers bundled up together in footie pajamas, By cuddles in a big chair when we're all feeling a little under the weather, By moments captured in time, of friends taking part... Continue Reading →
I bought my kids piggy banks. This way they can store up their pennies, nickels, and dimes for the future. Tucked away in the dark, the coins accumulate and wait for a future day when they will be redeemed for toys or candy. I have a piggy bank, too. Mine isn't full of copper and... Continue Reading →
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