December 2001 ~ Vol 6

Our Winter issue find us grateful for many things great and small. Our membership has grown and we appreciate your on-going support. The world has changed drastically since our first issue; the events of September 11 and their aftermath have shown us the importance of living life as fully as possible.

Revel in the presence of your loved ones and the rituals that bind you, as the holidays are the time for drawing families near.

Wishing you the merriest of holidays,

The Editors

And now on with the show!


Janet Leister's enchanting twist on the traditional Christmas story
Cherokee Christmas

Kaila Chan describes the humorous lengths a mother will go to in order to preserve a child's sense of wonder.
Christmas Memories

No Christmas is complete without a fairy tale or two. Sara Wadington demonstrates.
The Little Dragon

Sharmagne Leland-St John writes of ritual and remembrance.
Gentle Winds

A touching piece by David Cale
Christmas in Ortona

Deborah Russell honors us with a "photographic" submission.

The echoes of history in Randall Stickrod's poem about an ancient place.
O Jerusalem

Sharmagne Leland-St John weighs in trying to see what's under the surface.

A blessing by Eddy Robey
Channukah Wishes

Mmmmm, holidays mean food!

Beignets and Latkes with Tomato Lemon Confit by Eddy Robey

Frank Abbott Trice's Home Ec teacher mother could burn water. Fortuntely for us, this talent skipped a generation. Here he shares a recipe for a wonderfully refreshing sorbet.
Cranberry Ice

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