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Cancion Para Mi Abuela

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Grandma's Lemon Chess Pie

Tangy, rich custard with clear notes of zesty lemon in a flakey, all-butter crust.  Serve with coffee, just like my grandmother used to like. “I’ve jokingly stated that I have middle-grandchild syndrome.  Between my smart, first-born older brother and my talented, funny baby cousin, it would be hard to compete.  Thankfully, I didn’t have to, as evident by all the personal memories I have of me and my Grandmother.  Like the songs she used to sing to me that I know sing to my son, when…


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Un poema de Ana Serna Hay que leer los trabajos de los alumnos de nuestra compañera Bernadette!! article836 Unit 1: Family


Wisdom of the Grandmothers ~ “The spirit Grandmothers hold council deep within the body of Mother Earth to discuss the current state of our Earth. They ponder how to awaken the women who are warriors, protectors and daughters of Mother Earth.” ~ Leah Marie Dorion (Songs for Questions, artist Frank Howell)


"Bringing In the Sheaves" is a popular American Gospel song used almost exclusively by Protestant Christians (though the content is not specifically Protestant in nature). The lyrics were written in 1874 by Knowles Shaw, who was inspired by Psalm 126:6, "He that goeth forth and weepeth, bearing precious seed, shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with him. Shaw also wrote music for these words, but they are now usually set to a tune by George Minor, written in 1880.