STAFF BLOG LAGNIAPPE Ham and ?
Heres what I know about Easter dinner at our house:
Were having ham. Its already in the refrigerator.
I have no idea who will be there to eat it, beside myself and Hubby Bryan.
I have no idea what wil... Posted on 3/25/13 at 4:53 PM
THE VIEW FROM MY WINDOW Stockings: The Best Part of Christmas Morning!
A few years ago I entered a holiday writing contest, hosted by my local newspaper (that would be The Daily Globe!). The theme of the contest was Holiday Traditions and from the moment I saw it advert... Posted on 12/18/12 at 8:18 PM
THE NUTRITION FORUM Healthy Holiday Meal Makeovers
As I have stated in previous blogs such as Enjoy Thanksgiving without Colossal Calories, food should be enjoyed during special holiday meals. That being said, over indulgence can be a problem for many... Posted on 12/13/12 at 10:39 AM
HEALTHBEAT Grief for the holidays
It's hard to look at the calendar and not be reminded that Christmas Eve will mark exactly four months since my dad's funeral. There's going to be an enormous gap in the family holiday celebration thi... Posted on 12/6/12 at 6:29 PM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Chinese Halloween
Yeah I know, folks, it's a bit out of season, but Halloween was the next big thing for my year in China.
Wanna see how they celebrate?
Up to this point, exploring and living and teaching i... Posted on 3/17/12 at 10:00 AM
On behalf of the residents of South Shore and Crossroads Care Centers in Worthington, I would like to thank the Worthington United Methodist Church, Bedford Industries, Pat Grimmius and the employees of both care centers for making our residents’ Christmas special through your generous gifts to our residents.
Barb Atchison, South Shore and Crossroads Care Centers, Worthington
, January 02, 2013
Christmas will be here soon and many of us have been busy shopping for gifts, planning a family gathering and looking forward to office parties. There are so many things competing for our attention, time and energy that I wonder if we are missing something.
William, Kelly, Hunter and Cora Bolt, Worthington
, December 20, 2012
Worthington facility will host Old-Fashioned Christmas on Thursday and Friday
WORTHINGTON — Musical entertainers, young dancers, village strollers and local vendors are coming together to offer two fun-filled evenings of Old-Fashioned Christmas at Pioneer Village Thursday and Friday.
For over 80 years, this community has been generous in providing for its Community Christmas Basket program. The committee of about 20 people, who have volunteered to oversee this project, is continually overwhelmed by the spirit of giving.
Robyn Moser and Sharon Johnson, Co-Chairs, Community Christmas Basket Publicity Committee
, November 29, 2012
Four giggling schoolgirls gathered in a Windom kitchen on an unseasonably warm November day. Their mission? To bake enough cookies and other treats to satisfy their family and friends throughout the upcoming holiday season.
Those “giggling schoolgirls,” however, are now all approaching 50, and I am one of them.
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