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By SYLVIA GRIENDLING
As the holiday lights sparkle and wane and another year has comes to an end, a quote from Charles Dickens comes to mind.
The University of Kentucky is home to many people of all walks of life.
After Mass, the nun ever so gently placed the remaining consecrated bread in the tabernacle — a wood carved, locked box, beautiful in its simplicity.
It may be 70 degrees outside but the calendar still says December.
Ready or not, Christmas is coming.
Thanksgiving has come to mean many things. Pilgrim stories, turkey dinners, family gatherings, football and the Macy’s Parade.
As I hung up the phone, I regretted not having called sooner. Several times in the past few months I’d almost called Ed, but there always seemed something more pressing to do.
he holiday season is right around the corner and some stores are staffing up with temporary employees.
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