Archive | June, 2006

Life Is Not a Spectator Sport

29. June 2006

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By Darla Isackson, Meridian Magazine Writer “We have the whole evening to do whatever you choose. What do you want to do?” My friend asked her grandson, Derrick. “I want to watch videos or go to a movie,” he replied. Today’s children are following the example of many adults to become watchers instead of doers, consumers instead of [...]

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The Magic of the Family Meal

27. June 2006

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The statistics are clear: kids who dine with the folks are healthier, happier and better students, which is why a dying tradition is coming back. Read the entire Time Magazine article.

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Candied Chicken Breasts

27. June 2006

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Candied Chicken Breasts From Judi Johnston 6 to 10 Boneless skinless chicken breasts 1 Cup. breadcrumbs 2 Tbsp Flour 1 Tbsp oregano Salt & pepper to taste Mix last 4 ingredients together. Moisten chicken Breasts and roll in bread crumb mixture put a little Oil in frying pan brown breasts on both sides then Layer in bottom of a pan. Sauce 1 1/2 Cups brown sugar 1/4 Cup [...]

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Barbequed Sloppy Jo Hamburgers

26. June 2006

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2 lb. Ground meat 2 Tbsp. Prepared mustard 1 lg. Onion 3 Tbsp. Brown sugar 1 cup catsup 1 [...]

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Honoring Fathers

13. June 2006

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To all of you hard working, loving fathers out there we send a huge THANK YOU for doing a job that can at times feel challenging and unappreciated. What you do every day matters significantly to the success and joy of your family and our world. You are deeply appreciated. We hope you [...]

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The Importance of Protecting Marriage

13. June 2006

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Governor Mitt Romney’s letter to U.S. senators regarding the need for a Marriage Protection Amendment is a thorough and clear explanation of why it is so important to protect traditional marriage. Even though the senate voted 49 for the amendment and 48 against it, it was not the two-thirds majority needed to proceed. [...]

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