Ever since Sally left her home in Midland, there has been ill feelings between her father and her husband Jim. Her mom visits, and she compares notes on the trouble spent in providing home made strained baby food, and all the dresses and petticoats Sally had as a baby. Times have changed since then, and Sally won’t have to worry over so much of that.
The audio breaks up a little, as the ladies talk about the well intended efforts of Sally’s dad. He was only trying to get her to stay with them as Jim took the job in Capital City. Sally is perfectly content to stay in her humble little apartment, for Christmas. Meanwhile, when mom goes home, she tries to get dad to apologize, and invite Sally and Jim to come home for the holiday.
Everyone in the apartment is leaving for the holiday. Will the lack of neighbors encourage the Carters to go home… despite the bad blood? Between Sally and her mom, a campaign of subtle coaxing begins. Will the wiles of the women folk pay off?
Egg nog. To go with a cool glass of egg nog, Mary tells a few extra snacks to go along with it. Cookies, cake, and nuts.All are items recently given in the program lately.
Grab your pencils to get these simple inbgredients, and instructions to make egg nog. Mary Lee also offers options, to make it picture perfect, and recommendations for chilling the mixture just right before serving. And for those who want thir nog with a little extra, she suggests just the right amount of alcohol to add in.
Happiness recipeP Money can buy much for the body, some for the mind, but not much for the soul.