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$2 Treasures
$2 Treasures
By John Scanlan
They were priceless.
A 1950s Christmas
A 1950s Christmas
By Judi Carroll
No matter where they called home, it was always special.
A Lasting Lesson
A Lasting Lesson
By Robert B. Williams
He expected punishment, but he received the gift of a lifetime.
A Pumpkin Pie Predicament
A Pumpkin Pie Predicament
By Louise Gabbert Vancil
The rumble in the road caused quite the commotion.
A Well-Taught Tribe
A Well-Taught Tribe
By Jeanetta Tillery
They had little, but they had more than enough.
Baked to (Almost) Perfection
Baked to (Almost) Perfection
By Johnnie Wingo
She must have missed something ...
Christmas Dinner Far From Home
Christmas Dinner Far From Home
By Kristen Davis Spilman
The prospects for a happy holiday were dim.
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Mom's Magic Touch
Good Old Days in the Kitchen -- Mom's Magic Touch
By Georgia Kohart
She created a swirl of seasonal delights.
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Fifty Years of Smiles
Good Old Days on Wheels -- Fifty Years of Smiles
By Dennis Wright
He worked hard to restore it -- twice.
In the Band and Out of Trouble
In the Band and Out of Trouble
By Tom Dury
He found a positive place in a turbulent time.
Like Eggs in a Carton
Like Eggs in a Carton
By Susan Davis
There was always plenty of work, and plenty of kids to do it!
Looking Hollywood Way -- The Man Who Came to Dinner and Stayed 'Til Christmas
Looking Hollywood Way -- The Man Who Came to Dinner and Stayed 'Til Christmas
By Michael O'Donnell
In this case, art imitated life.
More Than Presents
More Than Presents
By Jean Powis
A change in the weather forced a change in plans.
Music, Mayhem and Magic
Music, Mayhem and Magic
By Jewell Johnson
What a memorable combination!
No Lack of Work -- or Playmates
No Lack of Work -- or Playmates
By Genny Wivell Little
There were many chores, for sure, but there was even more fun.
No Need to Worry
No Need to Worry
By Audrey Carli
Mama had it all figured out.
Not Quite a Dozen
Not Quite a Dozen
By Ken Neuser
Many kids, zero chaos.
O Christmas Shrub
O Christmas Shrub
By Mariah Julio
The cast-off tree gave them the best gift.
Perfect Harmony
Perfect Harmony
By Susan Muench
She recalled every wonderful detail of that life-changing day.
Playing Cards
Playing Cards
By Suzy Garner
When the blue box came out, she knew Christmas was near!
Some Assembly Required
Some Assembly Required
By Tamara Moran-Smith
He was an unskilled Christmas elf.
The Lure of the Triangle
The Lure of the Triangle
By Kenneth Lee
That gentle ping! called his name.
The Ornament
The Ornament
By Lewis Kocher
Watching her make the glittery masterpiece capped off an exciting day.
The Perfect Present
The Perfect Present
By D.E. Brigham
Or so they thought ...
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