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In the year 1848, Prince Albert (Queen Victoria's German husband) put up a tree at Windsor Castle to celebrate the Christmas season. From this moment on, households throughout the United Kingdom, Canada, and United States have been participating in this time honored tradition. Adorning the first Christmas trees were apples, nuts, marzipan cookies, candles, and … Continue reading Where Angels & Santas Happily Co-Exist
I am currently employed for a Canada-wide company. That being said, our small field office currently has a staff of nine full-time people. Almost half of us enjoy the option of working from home, using the office as a base. Over the years, our numbers have decreased so the challenge is to … Continue reading This Small Office has Big Plans…
It's only days away and you've barely remembered to buy candy, let alone carve a pumpkin or create costumes for everyone. Have no fear--all is forgiven because these basic, quick recipes will cast off any doubt to your lack of Halloween spirit and ability.First things first: Grab a cauldron or something resembling from your … Continue reading Time for a Coffin Break
Thanks for sharing in my imaginative musings. Hopefully this inspires others to create their own fun and memories. After all, a life lived in service of others is filled with magical times. We make a life by what we give
Beyond the costumes, candy on hand and spooky décor lies a world of sharing and family fun...