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Creative Outlets: Thanksgiving
Creative Outlets

Creative Outlets: Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving has come and gone, but we still want to share our wonderful times with others. Here we are sharing some simple photos that can say more than any amount words or sentences could or can do. With each person’s photo there is a story behind it that is yet […]

Photo by Kaitlynn Smith
Creative Outlets / Short Stories

Short Stories: The Thanksgiving Dream – Part 2

Last week we left Ellen in the middle of her dream. She left her melancholy Thanksgiving morning and “traveled” back to Plymouth where she met a young girl named Constance who invited her back to her hut for dinner. See what happens next… “Whoa!” Jumping out of the way for […]

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Recipes

Healthy Living: A Gluten-Free Thanksgiving

The holidays are right around the corner and for the people that eat gluten-free foods, Thanksgiving is dangerous territory. Here are five great dishes that all of the gluten free people out there can enjoy. 1. Gluten-Free Apple Crisp. This recipe, from the Minimalist Baker is also vegan. It’s a […]

Photo by Katarina Rorstrom
Opinion

Opinion: No Thanks…

Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday of mine, as it provides me with the opportunity to spend quality time with family and friends while counting my blessings—re-realizing the purposes and pleasures of the gift of life God has given me just as He has given all of you reading this article. […]

DIY: The Thankful Leaves
DIY

DIY: The Thankful Leaves

Every year, a few weeks before Thanksgiving, my family empties our Ball jar of fake fruit and plops it in the middle of the kitchen counter as a seasonal centerpiece. We begin stenciling and cutting out leaves from orange, red, and brown sheets of paper. Eventually, a small pile of […]

Photo by Kaitlynn Smith
Creative Outlets / Short Stories

Short Stories: The Thanksgiving Dream – Part 1

“But we have to have cranberry sauce! That’s, like, the whole point in Thanksgiving!” Ellen knew she was whining, but she couldn’t help it. “I already gave you an answer Ellen Marie.” Her mother didn’t even turn around from where she stood at the counter stirring a pot. Ellen traced […]