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Community Events, November 2015
Wow! This year has flown by and I can’t believe that it is already Thanksgiving! This year it is all about making everything “Super Easy”. I decided to try Trader Joe’s Gluten-Free Stuffing Mix. It is in the Fearless Flyer this week for $5.99. The mix contains the toasted Gluten-Free bread cubes and seasoning. I...
The one lesson I've learned as a parent is not to take my kids' moods personally. I watch them carefully, because I think teen depression is one of the scariest emotional states for a parent to deal with, but I know it's not about me.
The holidays are just around the corner and now is a perfect time to work on your dog's manners.
When winter approaches, you probably take steps to prepare your home - insulating water pipes, sealing windows and doors, or covering and storing outdoor furniture. If you've also been following the backyard chicken trend - and enjoying fresh eggs all summer long - you'll want to take steps to care for your flock when the weather cools. And if you've been considering getting some chickens, but think you have to put it off until spring, think again - you can still start a flock, or keep an existing one thriving, and laying, throughout winter.