Monthly Archives: November 2012

David Michaelson — Writer

THE PIDDINGTONS  is the third book of the TRAIL COOK trilogy. The first book, TRAIL COOK, deals with young Able Piddington, his adventures and his struggles getting from London, England, to America’s Wild West in 1875.  His many adventures are … Continue reading

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December Highlights in U.S. Women’s History

December 5, 1935 – Mary McLeod Bethune creates the National Council of Negro Women December 7, 1941 – Capt. Annie Fox receives the first Purple Heart awarded to a woman for her service while under attack at Pearl Harbor December … Continue reading

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Jared McVay, Author, Actor

Jared McVay is an amazing man, an author, actor, story teller, a dynamo.  One of his latest books, that I am just now reading, is  “The Legend of Joe, Willy & Red.”  “The Legend of Joe, Willy & Red,” is … Continue reading

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Once Upon A Time

Do you watch the TV show, Once Upon A Time?  I have watched most of the episodes. I loved those classic stories and rhymes when I was a kid and apparently I still do.  It is interesting to see the … Continue reading

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Tara Tours to Latin America

Wonderful, amazing tours to Latin America are available to us. Here are a few examples. The only part of South America I have been to is Ecuador and the Galapagos. The trip was not one I had thought of taking … Continue reading

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Consider Buying Your Office Space

Consider Buying Your Office Space, Expert Advises Small Businesses The ‘5 Cs’ Lenders Look for When Considering Applicants It’s not a question of if, but when most business owners should think about owning commercial property, says financial expert and small-business … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving! Hope you are enjoying a Family Gathering and Making Memories!

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Remembering Family Gatherings

At family gatherings, do you play board games, do puzzles and riddles? Our women’s club did a Cowboys of the Silver Screen Quiz and it was fun to assemble the questions and answers. Here are some of our questions. 1.      … Continue reading

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Hot Tea, Iced Tea, Sweet Tea

Do you drink hot tea or iced tea?  What is sweet tea? Growing up, the only tea I knew was sweet iced tea in the summer. I never knew people drank hot tea until I was practically grown and went … Continue reading

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High Tea vs Afternoon Tea

What is the difference between Afternoon Tea and High Tea? Traditionally, high tea was a working class meal served on a high table served at the end of the work day shortly after five pm. It was a heavy meal … Continue reading

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