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Appreciate Traditions: They Will Change

Easter One Year Ago

Homemade Easter Dirt Cake

Our oldest granddaughter, Jodi, arrived on Easter carrying a dirt cake complete with edible grass and peeps (marshmallow bunnies).

At first glance, her long blonde hair and lanky legs forced a flashback of her mother at the same age. With the cake placed on the kitchen island, Jodi returned outside to retrieve the cookies, chocolate…

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Brenda Mahler

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