Monthly Archive: November 2016

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The Lonely Man

While a teacher at Cumberland Middle School, which now seems like a lifetime ago, I used to drive a long and windy country road (Stonypoint Road for those of you that know the area)...

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Don’t Miss the Best Breakfast with Santa EVER this Weekend!

Are you looking for something to do this weekend with your tribe without having to leave the area? Well, look nor further! I have the PERFECT event for you! Come to Cumberland Middle School...

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Never a Dull Moment

Growing up in the 70’s, I have always been a HUGE fan of Judy Blume’s writing, especially the books in the Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing series, which had a young man named Fudge...

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Four Days to Family – “Too Many Questions, Never Enough Answers” (Chapter 2)

“In 1882 Charles Crittenton, a wealthy New Yorker, lost his 4-year-old daughter, Florence, to scarlet fever. This tragedy moved him toward philanthropic work and he started the Florence Night Mission in New York, a...

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Shop Small Business Saturday in Farmville – What are you Waiting FOR?!

Who says you need to drive all the way to Richmond or the big box stores to complete your holiday shopping needs?! Forget about Amazon, or driving an hour out of your way to...

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Low-Carb/No Sugar/Ketogenic (LCHF) Twists on Classic Thanksgiving Favorites

I come by my desire to feed others honestly. Whether it was the Curry side or the Lugar side, we show our love for others by feeding them LOTS of homemade foods passed down...

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Better Late than Never — Road Leading Home

Toe-head me, about age three “For your 16th birthday, I’ll take you to the opera,” my father told the three-year-old towhead girl whirling around the living room with a handkerchief in her hand, mimicking...

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Scalloped Corn – A Thanksgiving Staple

Corn is one of those essential dishes served on just about every US Thanksgiving table, perhaps tracing it’s roots to the first Thanksgiving.  Everyone has their own traditions, passed down from generation to generation....

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Better Late than Never

“For your 16th birthday, I’ll take you to the opera,” my father told the three-year-old towhead girl whirling around the living room with a handkerchief in her hand, mimicking the sounds and movements of...

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Four Days to Family – THE Call (Chapter 1, Pt 2)

Ohio House Bill 84 required adoptions between January 1, 1964 and September 18, 1996 to have their “official adoption records sealed unless the birth-parent signed a waiver allowing the record to be shared.” Even...

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