Orson and Jeannette Poulsen baked a chicken, and added some vegetables for Christmas dinner. “We had a nice, quiet, comfortable home-alone-Christmas,” Orson says happily.
Kaye Draper’s Christmas started Sunday in her ward choir. They were supposed to do the prelude and opening hymns. However, the bishop kept signaling to keep singing. The choir rose to the occasion with many Christmas hymns.
On Monday, Kaye was overjoyed to be visited at home by her niece, Justine Martinig and her two daughters, Lexie and Daisy. Monday evening Kaye went square dancing at the Columbus Senior Center and Library.
Winnie Richman spent Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday finishing Christmas shopping, wrapping and delivering. Thursday Clynn and Winnie’s two sons, Lyle and Aaron and Aaron’s youngest son, Skyler, came to dinner...Winnie usually had a good supply of lard for her pie crusts, but it’s all gone. There were some “store bought” crusts in the freezer so she had to use them. “Next time, I’ll do better,” she says.
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Saturday, January 10, 2009
Winnie cheats at pie making...
Posted by Gen. JC Christian, Patriot
...and Orson eats a chicken in this week's excerpt from my hometown paper.