The simplicity of an Amish Christmas epitomizes the warmth, peace, altruism, and beauty we associate with the true meaning of the religious holiday. Published December 22 2011
Unbeknownst to many who have read A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens penned this Christmas classic, mindful of the numerous allusions to the disparity that existed at that time between the wealthy and the poor. Published December 11 2011
The essence of the magic of Christmas was never more aptly described than by a little girl named Virginia O’Hanlon Published December 2 2011
Lori lives in Central Pennsylvania with her husband and two sons. A writer and a teacher on the post-secondary level. Lori began writing stories and poetry as a child growing up in a rural area in Central Pa. Passionate about ...Read More
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