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Monthly Archives: November 2008
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While I was waiting in line — or maybe while we were stuck in traffic — it occurred to me that Black Friday is kind of like one big party. Instead of primping, we peruse sales fliers. Instead of alcohol, … Continue reading
Maybe it was the food coma yesterday, but this year’s Black Friday ads didn’t seem like much of anything special. The regular old stuff at the regular old prices, just jazzed up marketing to make you think you’re getting a … Continue reading
Today, I eat turkey. Tomorrow, I shop. Once the last bit of cranberry sauce has slid down my throat and I’ve had my fill of family, I’ll dig into the Thanksgiving Day newspaper sales inserts to plan my itinerary for … Continue reading
Mad Elf beer from Harrisburg’s Troeg’s Brewery was recently ranked among the 50 Best Christmas Beers in the book “Christmas Beers: The Cheeriest, Tastiest and Most Unusual Holiday Brews” by Don Russell, beer columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News. First … Continue reading
Last night, Sam and I read “Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Seuss. We’ve read it a lot since she was a tot. But the message, I think, is lost in a blink.
*Yet another disclaimer: This entry is meant to offend no one. I swear. It’s just a cute story about a kid.* We’re not terribly religious folks. So most of what Sam has learned about Jesus has come from her interactions … Continue reading
The Lancaster-York Heritage Region recently published an updated version of the 2003 Growing Traditions Discovery Guide, a free, regional guide to local farm products. It includes 150 listings of historic downtown markets, farm markets, roadside stands, country markets, wineries and … Continue reading
I spotted this sign at Susie’s sandwich stand inside the Bird-in-Hand Farmer’s Market last week. I was in Lancaster County for the day, searching out the most authentic experiences for tourists who are so done with the commercialized Amish stuff. … Continue reading