Monthly Archives: December 2011

Season’s Greetings!

The season's holidays are especially special for our "little angels".

The very best thing about Christmas in North America is that it is trans-faith celebration. It’s more than just a celebration of Christ’s birth, it’s a celebration of life, family, friends, and the fellowship of Man.

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Ten Minute Avgolemono Soup

A traditional treat done in a not so traditional way!

When I was a preschooler, my dad was a busy guy. He travelled a lot on business and even when in town, he worked long hours and even some Saturdays. So when Sundays rolled around, he was usually in a pretty good mood and we would eat lunch while watching old movies. I guess that one reason why I’m such a fan of The Marx Brothers today.

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When it Rains, it Pours… Another “Versatile Blogger Award”!

I have been given another Versatile Blogger Award, this time by Dark Pines Photo whose photos are sometimes dark, sometimes have pines in them, but are always works of singular creative genius.

This is my third such honour and I’m embarrassed to say that my second VBA went unanswered (since September 19 of this year)… until now. Do visit Cecelia Futch’s blog, Inspired Vision. She really makes you feel like you’re part of her life as she opens up about family, her life in a new location, and the tribulations and the simple joys of life. She really makes you feel like you’re sitting across the table from her sharing a few minutes and catching up on what has been going on since you last saw her. She takes a mean photo, too! Continue reading