Flashback! Candlemas in Our Home

This is an entry from my old blog dating back about 8-9 years ago. Blessings! February 2 is Candlemas also known as Imbolc, Imbolg, Bridig, Brigit, and the Feast of the Presentation of Jesus at the Temple. Originally this holiday was of mostly Celtic and northern European origins. This was the time of year when…

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My Top Nine Posts of 2018!

2018 was the year of the #TradLife! We fought against the evil forces growing in our nations with one tender moment, one clean table top, one nod to history, one defensive of the sovereignty of ALL races, and one smile, at a time! This might be my top nine posts of the year but we…

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Our Church is Alive!

When you ask a #tradlife mom to bring Sunday School snack you get a lesson on Christian history and European cultural traditions in addition to a tasty, homemade, treat. I had to make A LOT of treat bags, I’m exhausted but smiling because a lot of Sunday school children means our church is alive and…

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Pearl Harbor: Motives Behind the Betrayal

This article originally appeared in the June 4, 2001 issue of The New American. Pearl Harbor: Motives Behind the Betrayal Written by James Perloff There are several interpretations of the facts surrounding Pearl Harbor. The first, as expressed by Jerry Bruckheimer, producer of the film Pearl Harbor, is to simply deny the overwhelming evidence. A…

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{Free e-book!} The First Thanksgiving!

To grab my latest, free, e-book, click here! The story of the first Thanksgiving seems to have been one of the first American cultural practices that came under attack by the Left. For several generations now, we have been taught, by public schooling and media, that our American ancestors, who worked so hard and sacrificed…

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New Video! Our All Hallows Eve!

Hope you had an amazing Halloween/All Hallows Eve! My family was blessed with a very traditional and family-focused, God-focused, evening. Just an FYI, since it’s been brought up in the comments of the Youtube… There are no pagan origins to Halloween. Yes, Christians may celebrate it. Europeans had harvest festivals, that’s it. No Halloween. Samhain…

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