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Live Nativity Scenes in Dallas for 2015

Live Nativity Scenes in Dallas for 2015

Last year, I attended my very first Live Nativity Scene at a nearby church in Dallas, TX. Wow, I mean, wow, it was not at all what I was expecting. I’ve always heard of the Live Nativity Scenes in Dallas, but held off on attending any, not sure how manageable or enjoyable they would beRead More

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Support Mommies In Need

Support Mommies In Need

Mommies In Need is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has begun serving DFW families in an exciting new way. Dallas is home to a large population of stay-at-home moms, but what happens to the family when the stay-at-home parent gets sick? They don’t get disability, there are mounting medical bills, and most importantly the kidsRead More

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Who is that Christmas Devil called The Krampus?

Who is that Christmas Devil called The Krampus?

Krampus? Do you know what a Krampus is or rather WHO Krampus is? Last year, I wrote a post about Krampus making a comeback in Germany and Austria again. Little did I know then, that it would become known and popular in America. They even have a new movie release “Krampus” currently showing in theaters. IRead More

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School Review for Scofield Christian School

School Review for Scofield Christian School

Preschool-6th grade. After school-care as well as half day, full day, or a mix of both are flexibly offered at Scofield for 3k, 4k, and kindergarten. Call the admissions coordinator, Candi Barrett at 214-349-6843 to RSVP for the upcoming Open House, Thursday, May 11, 2017 at 8:15am. Mention “WiseMommies” and get $150 off your registrationRead More

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Get Cashback for Shopping Online

Get Cashback for Shopping Online

Stay Calm and SAVE ON!! Will you be buying online for Cyber Monday? Will you be online shopping any time this month or next? Making any purchases for Christmas via the web? I’ve earned nearly $500 CASHBACK via Ebates from purchasing my Christmas cards from Tiny Prints a few books and toys from Amazon andRead More

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The Magic of Christmas Markets

The Magic of Christmas Markets

Last year at this time, we enjoyed stepping back to a time and place where my German husband and I first met, a Christmas Market! My husband and I enjoyed strolling markets in Germany, sipping our Glühwein and enjoying the trinkets being sold in open-air stalls, and have since enjoyed experiencing the nuanced and different perspectives ofRead More

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What does Veteran’s Day Mean to You?

What does Veteran’s Day Mean to You?

Good looking men in the featured picture, don’t you think? Brave, strong, confident, compassionate, kind, and good ole’boys? Well, yes to answer that question. The picture is of my grandfather and great-uncle. My grandfather is a medaled WWII Veteran, and he exemplified all the adjectives listed above and more. Happy Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2015; IRead More

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Please Wear Purple This Month

Please Wear Purple This Month

During the month of November, I wear the color purple as much as I can. Around the world, different cities will light up well-known buildings with the color purple. And I ask YOU, at some point, or for World Prematurity Day which is Tuesday, November 17, 2015, to please wear purple. Why Purple? To helpRead More

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10 Reasons Why Prematurity Awareness Month Matters

10 Reasons Why Prematurity Awareness Month Matters

November is Prematurity Awareness Month, and Tuesday, November 17 is World Prematurity Day, THE DAY, to really focus on awareness. We all know when it’s breast cancer awareness month, as one can practically suffocate with pink, and everyone is all too familiar with ALS via the fun ice-bucket challenge. Sadly, the fact that nearly allRead More

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How Elf on the Shelf is trying to Ruin My Halloween

How Elf on the Shelf is trying to Ruin My Halloween

As Halloween and all the fun family carnivals have started, my frustration with Elf on the Shelf begins. To those reading this post that live outside the United States, Elf on the Shelf is a children’s picture book, published in 2005, and it comes with a little scout elf which reports(tattles), nightly, back to SantaRead More

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