Monthly Archives: November 2017

A Thanksgiving Day Family Reunion! Thanksgiving Story #8 “A Catalog of Events”

Happy Thanksgiving everybody! We had a great Thanksgiving Eve bonfire last night, pictured above! I love having a teen son who can build huge fires! You can barely see a speck of the moon at the top of the picture … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Shows to Watch This Week!

Here are some great Thanksgiving shows to watch this week besides the parade and football. The first is Monumental by Kirk Cameron. You might be able to see all of it on YouTube if you poke around for the parts … Continue reading

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The Best Turkey Ever from Tom Woods’ Wife Heather

In case you don’t have a way planned for how to do your turkey tomorrow, listen to the above video. It’s an interview from the famous Tom Woods with his wife, Heather. I used it last year and the turkey … Continue reading

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Countdown to Thanksgiving Story #7: The Power of a Thank You Note

  Story #8 as we countdown to Thanksgiving is what I call “The Power of a Thank You.” It is originally titled, “Thank You Mrs. Pfeil,” by Carl Nelson, and it appeared in the July 2003 Ensign. Here it is: … Continue reading

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Countdown to Thanksgiving Story #6: Please Bring Us Home!

  T This Thanksgiving story comes from the New Era, the LDS Church’s magazine for youth. It’s in the February 1999 issue, and it’s by Janna DeVore. The title is Please Bring Us Home. Here is the story: About 15 … Continue reading

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Countdown to Thanksgiving Story #5: The Miracle of the Falling Turkey from the Sky

Today’s story as we count down to Thanksgiving is a true story that took place on Christmas Eve. It involves a turkey so that’s why I’m including it here as a Thanksgiving story. Most people typically eat turkey on Thanksgiving, … Continue reading

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Countdown to Thanksgiving Story #4: Grandma Chris’s Rye Bread

(Sorry to bread geeks everywhere: this picture does not show true rye bread. I don’t have any pictures of rye bread in my stock photos!) Today’s story is about two topics: Thanksgiving and traditions. Actually, even more. It’s about bread. … Continue reading

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