Holiday Season Planning

OK… It’s not the Holiday season — yet. But it soon will be. So with that in mind I have listed a few links to older postings that you may find entertaining if not useful.

I don’t intend to sound like the old guy I am, but, holidays are and should be foremost for family and friends.
Your children, grand children and in some cases great grand children will in adult life remember the time, food and fun had being served homemade, handmade holiday treats. What they won’t remember is that large bag of store bought candy / snacks you served.

Take time out of your self made, self important schedule and spend time this holiday season with family and friends.
Not to put to fine a point on this, but, the world as we know it will not change or end if you take time out to spend ‘at home’ with friends and family.
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Pioneer Woman Popcorn Balls
Traditional Popcorn Balls
Hint Put a wooden skewer in each popcorn ball.

Candy Apples
Caramel Apples
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Easy candied Apples
Old-fashioned style candied apples
Caramel, Chocolate and Candy Apples
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Carving Your Pumpkin – Jack-O-Lantren – Toasted/Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Winter Squash and Pumpkin – Harvesting & Storing
Pumpkins – They Can Do It All
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Rumtopf and Romkrukke

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6 responses to “Holiday Season Planning

  1. Thanksgiving is our favorite family holiday here as all of our children, grandchildren gather here. Food, family and deer season makes for a great time!

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  2. Hello from the suburbs of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It’s still sweltering out here, but not too early to start thinking of Christmas. 🙂

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    • Thanks for taking time to visit my tiny blog.
      YUK— stores are starting to put out Halloween and (USA) Thanksgiving decorations and by the middle of October many will have Christmas decorations up. Grin … Christmas advertising should not start 3 months early…
      Happy Gardening

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  3. You know, the world might change for the better if we did take time to spend with the family. This weekend my family in England celebrate two birthdays, two new jobs, and just being together, and thanks be for that!

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