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Recipes for Christmas

December 22, 2013
By Patty Christopher , Parkersburg News and Sentinel

Christmas week is here! Hopefully, the cookies and cakes are baked and the candy is made; Christmas dinner is under control: the presents wrapped and cards all sent; decorations all in place; and now you have time to sit down and admire your handiwork. If you are lacking in any of these things, just sit down anyway, fix a cup of tea, and not tell anyone what you didn't do this year. They won't know the difference if you don't tell them! That is what I'm going to do. Things don't always work out the way one has planned and crying over spilled milk never helps, so just enjoy the next few days and be thankful we live in a country that is mostly peaceful and where we can still celebrate the things that are important to us. As this is written, we don't know if we will have a white Christmas or a muddy one, but whichever it is on Christmas, celebrate, rejoice, and be thankful. Sing a carol, light a candle, and hug your little ones.



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