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Growing up, I was a tomboy. I had a boyish haircut and begged my mother to let me wear my brother’s basketball shoes after he outgrew them.
I don’t remember laser Christmas lights in Elizabethtown last year.
But the trend has taken off in a big way around here.
When you become an adult, Christmas becomes, well, boring.
It’s not about having fun during Christmas break, making cookies and the general excitement.
Thanksgiving passes and before the turkey is digested, people’s minds turn to a list of things to do.
I love the holidays. The holiday being that is Thanksgiving, Christmas and the New Year excites me for many reasons, one of which is I love food.
America, we’ve been through a rough election season. Everyone is ready to take a deep breath and think of more positive things.
Recently after speaking about future trends at a conference, an attendee mentioned that “kindness” is in vogue. That’s a great trend, if it is in fact true.
Running a house with four rambunctious children can be difficult.
In my own mind, I am June Cleaver. In reality, I’m probably more of a Thelma Harper.
Kay Robertson is a teacher at North Park Elementary School, but she’s also known for her award-winning baking.
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