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Easter traditions included treasure hunt

Easter traditions included treasure hunt

Does your family have any Easter traditions? Good Friday is tomorrow, and Easter Sunday or Resurrection Sunday lands on April 4. Last Easter looked different. In fact as children grow up, celebrations change, but some traditions remain. Easter traditions often involve eggs, candy, flowers, new, spring outfits, church services, and family gatherings. My family incorporates…

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Favoritism hurts as novel portrays

Favoritism hurts as novel portrays

Parents, grandparents, and teachers who show favoritism create a lot of hurt feelings. Favoritism shows up in words and actions. Aware of favoritism, I work to avoid it at all costs. Favoritism harms relationships While reading James L. Rubart’s novel, The Pages of Her Life, the pain caused by favoritism reflected loud and clear as…

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Exercising spill prompts alternatives

Exercising spill prompts alternatives

Exercising in the winter offers its challenges. After a recent spill, I want to share alternatives for winter exercising, in particular, one that encourages you emotionally, as well as physically. Winter spills lurk Snow carpeted the sidewalk along the path I intended, but when my boot crunched into the short pile of fluffy stuff, out…

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