Do like like a 4 day weekend? I do, especially July 4th weekend. July 4th is the first real feeling of summer. A barbecue, cookout, or picnic with friends plus a parade and of course fireworks. Red, white, and blue we salute you and are grateful for this day to celebrate our country. But
While advertisers boast slogans of “new and improved,” it is comforting to know that some things never change. Christmas traditions bring comfort and welcome continuity in the safe harbor called home. Make some yearly traditions that matter. It’s never too late to start! By Sharon Jaynes in Simplify Your Holiday Season Planner by Marcia Ramsland 1.
Thanksgiving is the start of the 5 week holiday season: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's. What I like most about it is we get to celebrate Thanksgiving on Thursday and still have 3 days of vacation after it! Here's how you can simplify your Thanksgiving Dinner.