Holiday traditions are part of what makes this season so wonderful. Singing carols, decorating the house, spending time with loved ones — everyone has their own special ways of celebrating. And Chick-fil-A has their own tradition of making the holidays a little sweeter.
All too often I find myself wishing for what’s next. “It’ll be easier when she sleeps through the night.”
You’ve picked out the perfect holiday outfit for your little one. You’ve positioned a bright red bow atop her perfectly curled tresses. Now you wait your turn. One of her little hands is holding yours, the other holding a letter for Santa, listing all the toys she’s wishing for on Christmas morning. You’re about to make a magical Christmas memory – the stuff that Instagram dreams are made of.
Happy Thanksgiving. If you’ve found this page, you’re probably wondering if we are open on Thanksgiving day. We are not.
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There’s a farm that sits on Highway 41, just north of the Florida state line. Depending on the time of year, its acres are filled with peppers or cucumbers, squash or eggplant.This fall? It’s corn, cows and chicken. Jessica Bolesta opened Raisin’ Cane farm in the fall of 2013 with a “Georgia Grown” corn maze design, celebrating local farmers and their products – and each year since, she’s crafted a new design.
Millions of Americans – 50 percent of the country, in fact -- will set New Year’s resolutions. Despite the best of intentions, only eight percent actually keep them. But according to two experts, the secret to success might be in setting achievable goals, rather than resolutions.