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Hillary Clinton cookie

Whoa! Christmas is almost here.

I was absent from blogging yesterday.

I was absent this morning.

Yesterday, wasn’t feeling so good.

This morning, grocery shopping.

But I’m here now and don’t have a lot to say except I think I’m almost done shopping and buying.


So I’ll show you some more pictures and hope you will forgive me that this is such a “light” post. Hey, it’s Christmas. We don’t want heavy, do we?

This is my hubby’s Hilary Clinton cookie, pantsuit and all. But there’s more.

HIllary Clinton cookie


Here’s my husband’s Donald Trump cookie. I think he was trying to come up with “orangish” hair but it didn’t work.

donald trump cookie


These are my granddaughter’s cookies. You can see where the cookie-baking and decorating talent lies.

Selina's cookies

If you’re baking cookies, I hope it’s going well for you. If you need what I consider the best roll-out cookie in the world, check it out here. Seriously, it is so good.

I know most bakers use a sugar cookie recipe but this one is so much better. It’s not so sweet but it’s loaded with butter so it’s extremely tender and yet it holds up well to rolling-out and is easy to frost.

Anyway, keep at it, folks. Repeat after me,

“I’m going to make it. I’m going to make it. I’m going to make it.”

God bless and have a great day.


When a doctor shares “his” (her) pain with you

I like my doctor, a lot. He’s my husband’s doctor as well. He’s conservative in his approach which we really like. He’s also very much into holistic health and if there’s a way to accomplish something without a pill, that’s his first approach. He definitely exemplifies that part of the Hippocratic oath that states, “First do no harm”.

I wish more doctors were like him.

Well, anyway I had an appointment with him yesterday, just a check-up on my every fluctuating thyroid levels. He was impressed with my weight loss and my exercise routine.

I asked him about his family and he shared that he was having a hard time adjusting to the “empty-nest”.  I had assumed this was a recent occurrence and when I asked how long ago his daughters had left, he said “four years”. I was a little surprised.

So I shared with him. how difficult it had been for us when our children moved out. We were never those parents that said, “We can’t wait till the kids move out.” I encouraged him that he would adjust eventually.Now, why am I sharing this story? Because if you’re like me, you have a tendency to think that people like doctors don’t have the same issues the rest of us do.

Now, why am I sharing this story? Because if you’re like me, you have a tendency to think that people like doctors don’t have the same issues the rest of us do. And you might not think to offer them encouragement. But why don’t we?



Why don’t we understand that all people can benefit from our encouragement? That any time we feel the urge to offer some encouragement, we should. It’s really that simple.

At the moment, I’m watching Hillary Clinton giving a speech somewhere. Would I encourage her if I thought she needed it and I had the opportunity? What about Donald Trump? Isn’t it funny how we think that showing kindness to someone is subject to what we perceive as their “status” in life?

We often read about how Jesus reached out to the poor and disenfranchised people. And he did.

But he was as kind and compassionate to those who were rich and in positions of power, also.

So the next time you feel the need to show encouragement to anyone, don’t be put off by their “position”; they might need your encouragement even more.



God bless and have a good day.


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