Follow Gazette665 on Instagram"Plunder" from the weekend! (Rightfully purchased, of course.) We had fun shopping, learning, and networking at the 2018 West Coast CWRT Conference.Details of a red poppy make us wonder... Wonder what could've happened if they all lived. Wonder if World War I could've ended sooner. Wonder if we would be brave enough to charge into no man's land. Today marks the one hundredth anniversary since the armistice that ended World War I. We hope you took time to remember...and wonder.
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Category Archives: Holidays
It’s a new year, and as promised, here’s a list of the new features to watch for on Gazette665 in 2018. Be sure to let us know in the comments what you’re most excited about!
Wishing you a bright and joyous day and a wonderful Christmas celebration! Enjoy the blessings of faith, freedom, and family today and always. Your Historian, Miss Sarah P.S. Since it’s a holiday, I’ve decided to save the final Civil War … Continue reading
Angels are prominently featured in many traditional Christmas songs, celebrating their message to the shepherds outside Bethlehem on the night of Jesus’s birth. One of the most beloved of these traditional songs is “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing.” But did … Continue reading
This is a song that I knew by tune but not by lyrics for many years. I discovered the lyrics in a music book as I learned to play the melody on harp and knew there must be some great … Continue reading
It’s a classic Christmas for many, and it has a fascinating story behind the lyrics. As we enjoy another week of December and might be listing our favorite memories of the season, The Christmas Song seems like a perfect tune. … Continue reading