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and wonder what might have been,
you will ignore what is."  ~ anonymous

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Notes from the Heart... has snowed (and is still snowing as I write this).  The children had the day
off from school, the woodstove is lit, life is good!  Wherever you may be, keep
beautiful snowy New England in your heart this winter!

Dear Heart...

"Thank you for the link to the desktop backgrounds, I will enjoy them very
much. We came from our beautiful State of New York but went to beautiful New
England a lot, now that we are here in South Carolina we don't get back to that
area very often and I miss it very much."
(Margaret, SC)

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Thanks for your letters, folks!  Keep 'em coming :)  Send your "Dear Heart"
comments and questions to ~ Marcia

This Week's Stories:

Humor: Travels with Bufford -- North Conway, New Hampshire
Hi, my name’s Bufford and I travel around in my
homer which is my motor homer away from home.
Me and my wife, the Beatrice, just go around seeing
things and meeting people. Not long ago the Beatrice
and I was Homering through North Conway, New
Hampshire and just had to stop cause we figured
there was things to see and do there so we stopped
and saw and did them.  
Read on...

Recipe: Pork Chops with Tomato, Wine & Pepper Sauce
by Charlie Burke
The first dish that I ever cooked was pork chops simmered in an electric skillet
with sliced onion, green pepper and canned tomatoes. I was eleven or twelve,
and on occasions when my folks would be late getting home for dinner I would
sometimes find a note telling me that the chops were in the refrigerator and to
please have them cooked by dinner time.  
Read on...

Calendar Pick of the Week:

Wolfboro, New Hampshire
December 8, 2007

The fourth annual Tuba Christmas concert in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire will
be Saturday, December 8, from 2 to 3 pm at All Saint’s Episcopal Church, 258
South Main Street.  This concert will feature an ensemble of the large low brass
valve instruments, such as tubas and euphoniums that are normally found at the
back of the band.  The Harvey Phillips Foundation sponsors this popular
holiday event, and the concert is free and open to the public. If you have never
heard a TubaChristmas performance before, you are in for a musical treat, so
mark your calendar, bring your family and invite your friends.  For more
information about this concert, contact the local TubaChristmas coordinator, Joe
Ewing, at (603) 569-3861 or visit:

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How to Choose a Fresh
Christmas Tree

Bufford Goes to North
Conway, NH

Pork Chops in Tomato, Wine
& Pepper Sauce

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