Category: Family

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Kibbee Recipe (or for the Unfamiliar, Lebanese Meatloaf)

Alright Curry clan and Lugar clan … come with me on a journey long, long ago – to the Christmases of our past – in Johnstown, Pennsylvania – in the 1970’s…were there any better...

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The Most Valuable Gift this Christmas

If you have been avidly searching for the perfect gift for that special someone on your list – that present so extraordinary that it will knock his or her socks off and they will...

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Four Days to Family – First-mothers Respond (Chapter 4, Pt 2)

“Almost every graduating class had a girl who disappeared. Everyone knew where she had gone, and that she had most likely been told ‘If you love your child you must give it up, move...

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Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

Every now and again, my day job requires me to travel out of town for meetings. It is usually only a few days, but it is just long enough to shake up our family...

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Four Days to Family – Search Angels (Chapter 5 and 6)

“You may want to try contacting a search angel.”  The words jumped out at me as I read the email. What exactly was a search angel? I had never heard of such a thing....

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Four Days to Family – Finding Family (Chapter 3 and 4)

Chapter Three September 5, 2003- 3:20pm The airport loomed around me in its entirety. I am always in awe at this intimidating location, and I never cease to be amazed by the savvy travelers...

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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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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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