Saturday, January 26, 2008

Families of Loved Ones-Autumn 2007

A Mothballs in My Attic Moment

A MIMA MomentSharing your bounty and being thankful is a comfort.Mothballs in My Attic brings memories to life: In the kitchen, with women in aprons and hankies up their sleeves are washing and drying the dishes. When you look around at your gathering, remember those that have come and gone but left lasting impressions. Sow a seed of your own today. Play checkers with a young one, visit the “kids” table, tell a joke, make some noise. Be thankful and remember the feeling of Thanksgiving Day. The following are just a few of the MIMA conversation starters you may use to spark those holiday memories.
Thanksgiving Day events included _____________.
My favorite part of the turkey was the _________.
The relative who had the hankie up her sleeve was ___.
This column excerpted from Mothballs In My Attic.
Author Cindy O’Neill’s new fun nostalgia book contains over 220 questions within 12 chapters, includes poems and illustrations. Visit

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