Celebrate your family at dinner time!
page Toss the confetti!
Celebrations are markers in our lives. Birthdays, engagements, baptisms, graduations, a promotion, a part in the Christmas pageant, or the first lost tooth – every milestone, event and accomplishment should be celebrated and remembered. But what about the other days? The in-between days? What about ordinary Wednesday? In their new book, Everyday Confetti, authors Karen Ehman and Glynnis Whitwer have created a guide book for celebrating both the big and the small. With a little imagination, creativity, and a sprinkling of confetti, we can make the most of life’s little moments and create memories in our hearts that will last a lifetime.
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