Today’s Friday cookies are Snickerdoodles. Making cookies or any baked items in Colorado can be a little tricky. Our alpine desert can leave cookies crumbly or flat as a crepe if the flour isn’t just right. Not only do these cookies stay soft and moist, they are also made with whole wheat flour. I have [...]
Submitted by: Monica Bryant One of our favorite Christmas traditions is new jammies for Christmas! Every year since my oldest daughter was a baby, I have made Christmas pajamas for my girls. I choose fabric that is relevant to their year i.e. ballet print when they got their pointe shoes, teddy bears when they loved [...]
There is no shortage of opinion on Christmas trees—artificial, natural, its symbolism, appropriateness, environmental impact—even within families. Even though we have talked about purchasing a pre-lit artificial tree for years now, we always gravitate back to a natural, aromatically pleasing, pine tree. According to our kids—it’s tradition! They want nothing to do with an artificial [...]
Submitted by: Rachel (24) My dad’s mother loved to work in her kitchen. She was known for her recipes around the holidays. She made tons of different Christmas cookies for friends, but saved her Christmas Wreath for her family on Christmas day. She passed away five years ago after battling Alzheimer’s for five years before that. [...]
Submitted by: Donna Lorrig The Advent Log is by far our family’s favorite Christmas tradition. Over 20 years ago the pastors of our church invited us over for their Advent Log time and gave us our log. This is simply a log from wherever you can find one with 1/2 holes drilled along the top [...]
“Traditions, traditions. Without our traditions, our lives would be as shaky as… as… as a fiddler on the roof!” Tevye proclaims in the classic musical. Our traditions serve as ballast, connecting generations in continuity. Savoring Today is celebrating family traditions that revolve around Christmas or Hanukkah and would love to hear yours. Stories of favorite [...]
A wedding joins two people in covenant marriage and establishes kinship—blending families and setting the tone of those relationships for the future. 10 ways to demonstrate honor and foster relationships with your new family.
Due to the gusty winds, it was dicey trying to do the pictures outside, but transporting decorations made for the more interesting wedding story.
Tangy barbecue sauce is married-up with succulent pulled chicken for tender sandwiches topped with sweet coleslaw.
A note about celebrating new life and the importance of good girlfriends along the way.
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