Monthly Archives: January 2011

Super Bowl Recipes

Chances are that you or someone you know will be following the Super Bowl this year, which means that it’s party time! Want to score major points at the festivities on February 6th? Try these easy, crowd-pleasing recipes!   DIP, … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Lewis Carroll!

Happy birthday to the man who created a whimsical Wonderland of words that still enchants all ages to this day!  Lewis Carroll was born on January 27, 1832 in Daresbury, Cheshire, England under his given name of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. … Continue reading

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How to Build an Igloo

In the far north, during the season of long nights and fierce storms, there is no better place to tell the traditional myths and riddles meant to pass the dark time than a well constructed igloo. The windfree dome, lit … Continue reading

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Dust Off Your Dreams

The good news about a new year is that you get to rummage around in your old dreams and pull out some you may have set aside.  Just like those boxes in the attic that hold great treasures you can’t … Continue reading

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Dream Walking

by George Davis Hand in hand we walked. Our spirits at peace, our souls leading the way. Towards a land that was built centuries ago, a land created by faith with us in mind. Together, we walked down a road … Continue reading

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Salute to Friendship

 Let’s celebrate our friendships, the ones we’ve had for years, the ones we’ve just made, and the ones that are just around the corner.  We share degrees of friendship with each person in our lives.  We may have a kind … Continue reading

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Winter Turkey and Corn Chili

For our Blue Mountain holiday potluck lunch, we all brought in dishes and voted on our favorites.  Artist Aaron Brudvig was the winner.  Here’s his tasty recipe for winter turkey and corn chili.  Winter Turkey and Corn Chili 1 tbsp  vegetable oil … Continue reading

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National Braille Literacy Month

Do your children or grandchildren ever see the patterns of little dots on different objects like elevator buttons or ATM keypads and wonder what they’re for? January is the perfect time to get educated! It’s Braille Literacy Month, a time to bring … Continue reading

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Happy New You!

The New Year is upon us with promises of attitude adjustments and hopeful tomorrows!  We get to take a panoramic view and look at everything from that oh-so last year hair style, to our jobs, to the things that bring … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions

Every year, we make New Year’s resolutions in order to “put away” the old year and welcome in the new. But while we may start off with a go-getter attitude and lots of motivation, those resolutions seem to fall by … Continue reading

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