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Monthly Archives: November 2016

Catch Phrase

During my week at home over the Thanksgiving holiday, I had the chance to spend some time with my younger cousins. Like usual, the time we spent together was full of laughter and a little bit of wrestling. My cousin … Continue reading

12 Days of FFA

It’s the thought that counts.”  A phrase that we’ve all heard when,It’s the Thought That Counts,,draft,open,open,,,,,11/25/2016 20:49:06,11/26/2016 02:49:06,,0,http://www.ksffa.org/blog/?p=1527,0,post,,0 1529,35,12/02/2016 09:00:48,12/02/2016 15:00:48,”With Thanksgiving over and December beginning, it’s finally the most wonderful time of the year! While Santa finishes narrowing down … Continue reading

Pay it Forward

Thanksgiving is tomorrow, and with this holiday comes a seasonal time of gratitude for others. Social media has been flooded with sappy appreciation posts for family and friends, cards have been exchanged, and kind words and hugs are frequent occurrences. … Continue reading


With Thanksgiving just around the corner, many people have begun assuming the attitude of thanks. We seem to be more aware of the parts of our lives where we should be thankful. For me personally, one of the greatest blessings … Continue reading

Striking A Cord

As tempting as it is to write something political about our recent elections (it isn’t at all) I think I’ll completely avoid that topic in this little outpouring of thought. Instead, I’ll stick to something else in the news. Recently, … Continue reading

Choose Positivity

Winter weather will soon be upon us, and for me that means hot chocolate, warm blankets, and endless Christmas movies. My motivation seems to lack during these cold winter months, even when I try my best to push forward. I … Continue reading

What Would You Do With An Extra Hour Each Day?

I can’t believe that it is November already! The past month has gone by in the blink of an eye, and I have constantly found myself rushing from task to task. I frequently found myself wishing that there was just … Continue reading