December 2014

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FOR UNTO US A CHILD IS BORN Wishing all of our Christian friends and their families a most blessed and joyous Christmas and for all of our other friends, hoping the joy of the season touches your lives, too! Merry Christmas! Fondly, Kimara and Michelle Michelle and I will beRead More →

I must admit as a young child I did not read much poetry. Oh, sure, I had learned most of the nursery rhymes by heart and marveled at lines like “Mary, Mary, quite contrary” and “Peter, Peter pumpkin eater” and would say them over and over again, enjoying the sensationRead More →

  One of my family’s favorite treats at Christmas is Peppermint Bark. It is very easy to make, festive looking, and happily for Fairy-girl… gluten free. It also makes a nice gift to share with teachers and friends. Although I love the peppermint, chocolate combination, I also love the chocolate,Read More →

Comments are now closed. Congratulations Chiska! Please contact me within 3 days to claim your prize. They all look so fun!  I Submitted by Chiska (not verified) on Sat, 12/13/2014 – 09:49 They all look so fun!  I think the biggest hit at my house would be the bubble wand.Read More →

Soon after my DIL Raewyn found out she was pregnant, she called and asked if I would do her a favor.  “Sure”, I said. “Want me to climb a mountain, swim a sea?” I’d do just about anything for the mother of my sixth grandbaby. “No, I would just likeRead More →

We had a very busy but fun weekend. Fairy and Pixie both did a wonderful job in this year’s production of The Nutcracker. It has been a wonderful, jolly sort of chaos the past few weeks and although the girls are sad to be done for the year, this backstageRead More →

Comments are now closed. Congratulations Kristin C! Please email me within 3 days to claim your prize. FB is already liked! Submitted by Kristin C (not verified) on Sun, 12/07/2014 – 10:50 FB is already liked! Coupon: Use the code WEEFOLK to save 10% (good through 12/14/14) This holiday seasonRead More →

No Advent celebration is complete without a Nativity. Here, wooden peg people are turned into simple Joseph, Mary and Jesus figures. Although this is really a craft for 10 year olds and up, even the wee people in your family can help by painting the bodies, squirting glue, and, ofRead More →

  A few years ago I wrote a post called The Song of a Scarf in which I showed how I spun, dyed, and knit a scarf from beginning to end. It included a pattern for a simple bias scarf. That Christmas, I made a variation of that scarf asRead More →