All Jingled Out

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Barbour Pub., 2004 - Fiction - 232 pages
5 Reviews
Caught in the whirl of holiday preparation, two moms are challenged to change their view of themselves and their family traditions. Can Christmas survive the upheaval? In Done with the Dashing, meet Maggie Mackenzie, for who Christmas is all about making things perfect for others. Given a valuable lesson on caring for herself, Maggie decides to teach her household the truth about giving and receiving. Can she discover Christmas balance, or will her family's antics drive her back to her take charge ways? In My True Love Gave to me. Penny Lassiter has a comfortable routine with her spouse and kids until a layoff changes her husband's perspective. He suggests throwing tradition to the wind and reconnection as a family on a cross country adventure. Can Penny endure a Christmas without her greeting card perfect expectation? These wise and witty tales show how the real spirit of Christmas can be regained with a new understanding of the traditions that truly matter.

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User Review  - Danni - Goodreads

This is a book about women changing holidays so they felt good too. I really enjoyed it. Read full review

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User Review  - Mary Johnson - Goodreads

This was a light read but just not my kind of book. However, it is a good reminder to slow down and enjoy the holidays instead of letting them overwhelm you. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
12
Section 3
18
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About the author (2004)

An avid reader and author of both fiction and non-fiction, Pamela Dowd has been an educator, a legal assistant, and a children's clothing designer. She has contributed to many magazines, story collections, and the greeting card business. Pamela lives in East Texas with her husband, Rodney. Along with her husband, Kevin, and their two young daughters.

Award-winning author Christine Lynxwiler and her family live in the foothills of the beautiful Ozark Mountains in their home state of Arkansas.

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