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Proverbs 31:13, she seeks

December 3, 2018 Par ici et par la - DaletShe looks for wool and flax and works with her hands in delight.   Proverbs 31:13

Never in my life have I gone looking for wool and flax to work with my hands… ever. Even so, I have discovered that this passage is relevant for me in this era of history. How? That is the beautiful mystery we get to solve. Take just a moment to pray for the eyes of your heart to be opened, Ephesians 1:17-20 then read on for a wild discovery.

The Hebrew letter that begins this verse is DALET. DALET is a pictograph of a door, more about that later. The value of DALET (known as the gematria) is 4 (four). Four always represents what is created. The Almighty is known by the things that are seen, his creative work. DALET is the door to creation, but what is on the other side of the door?

So Jesus said to them again, “Truly, truly, I say to you, I AM the door of the sheep.   John 10:7

Y’shua-Jesus is the door. In all of history He is the One being who is Spirit (actually, God Almighty) and flesh, not a mix, but, as I have often heard pastors say, “fully God and fully man. That is a saying that you can trust. However, Y’shua was known to say, Having eyes to see they see not, and having ears to hear, they hear not. (did you remember to pray Ephesians 1:17-20?)

Why are we to pray for the eyes of our hearts to open? God is seen in creation, but if you are not looking with the eyes of your heart, which is only possible when Y’shua dwells in your heart, then all you see with your physical eyes is, stuff instead of seeing YHVH in Creation. It is that simple and that wonderful. DALET, the door, is where the physical realm meets the spiritual realm, and who is to say that one is more real then the other?

The fourth commandment: Remember the Sabbath Day to keep it holy. The Almighty rested from His “creative” work on the Sabbath. He has given us this day to rest from all that our eyes see and our ears hear to simply focus on Him, our Heavenly Father. It is important to have a day to seek Abba, (meaning Pappa or Daddy) not as a resident of creation, limited by the ability of our body and any weakness that may imply, or the ability to make enough money to provide for our needs, but to simply focus on Him.

Therefore I say to you, all things for which you pray and ask, believe that you have received them, and they will be granted you.   Mark 11:24

We have been adopted by the Almighty. He is not a physical, flesh and blood person like we are. He sent His only begotten Son, who gave up, not just the glory of the Spirit realm, but the extreme privilege of being the heir, the only begotten Son of the Creator. It is in the Son of God, Y’shua-Jesus, that we become who we are, and who we will someday be . Bless yourself and read 1 John 3:2! Until we see Him face to face, we have the Scripture, love letters from home, to teach us how to live. We have Y’shua, our beloved, who is the Word of God made flesh, who invites us to “follow him” (in fact, we are to take up our cross, symbolic of sedition to the current system, and follow Him). And we have Sabbath, a day set aside to focus on our inheritance, on who we are in Y’shua. Glory! But what does any of this have to do with we who are warriors, “seeking wool and flax and working with our hands with delight”?

20190203_105119362120469.jpgThe Hebrew word DAWRASH is the word translated “she seeks”. It means to look for… along a well worn path. The Way. Read John 14:1-6 Not only is Y’shua the door, He is also The Way, the path where we seek, “wool and flax to work with delight”.

Some say that it was the Law that was nailed to the cross, so maybe it is now OK to mix fibers that the LORD said we should never mix? God Forbid! It was the penalty for my sin that nailed my beloved to the cross, not the rules that I had violated. The only place that was even hinted at as an acceptable place to mix wool and flax was the TZIZIT, the tassels that hang from the edge of garments. They could have linen threads with a blue wool thread. The purpose of the TZIZIT is to remind us of the Torah when we pray.

A quick search for “wool and flax” in Scripture, tells me one thing. We break Torah (the Law) when we mix those threads in cloth or twist them together in yarn. Leviticus 19:19 and Deuteronomy 22:9-11 but it is apparently acceptable (there is debate about this) to use both in the TZIZIT. What is going on here?

I want to suggest that it has something to do with the enemy of souls verses the Truth. When the sons of god took wives from the daughters of men (Genesis 6), something that was forbidden, they produced a race of beings, wicked and un-redeemable, that were so out of control that God had to bring the flood of Noah to destroy them. Their eternal spirits became the disembodied spirits we know as demons. We are to NEVER mix spirit and flesh in this way, which is the way of the serpent known as the devil. He is the great imitator and I believe he wanted to imitate what the Son of God, Y’shua-Jesus, would someday do, take on a body of flesh, being born from a woman.

Only in Y’shua, the Messiah (Jesus Christ), the only begotten Son of God, can the spirit realm and the physical realm come together in righteousness. In Him we have power, we have a mission, we have hope, and perhaps most importantly, we have forgiveness from the sin that would separate us from God. In him we have Sabbath to simply sit and absorb who he is and who we are in Him. We have the ability to see Him in creation, to hear his voice, to walk in The Way that pleases Him. I am going out on a limb and saying, we seek Him, our Abba who dwells in glory and see His hand in creation, …seeking wool and flax, two elements that were forbidden to be twisted together, except in Y’shua. We can work in the world with delight, by the power of Him who loves us.

Warriors seek wool and flax, power in the spirit realm to work with delight in the physical realm, to effect change for the Kingdom of God. You are required to test the word of people like me, accepting only what is true.

20190203_0746461976055144.jpgDebs in Everett, Washington  (who does know how to spell proverbs, but was distracted by the glory of what I was seeing)

Honestly, it was only during this study, calling out to Abba for understanding, that I began to see that “seeking wool and flax” was something to be done only by believers in Y’shua, and not for anyone else with any other spirit. It is beyond dangerous to mix with another “god”.  Follow Jesus.

…because God had provided something better for us, so that apart from us they would not be made perfect.  Therefore, since we have so great a cloud of witnesses surrounding us, let us also lay aside every encumbrance and the sin which so easily entangles us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, fixing our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of faith, who for the joy set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God.   Hebrews 11:40 — 12:2 

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Ezekiel’s 2nd Vision: Chapter 8

Between Heaven and Earth

Some fourteen months after Ezekiel’s original vision by the river, he has a 2nd vision. No kidding, there he was, sitting in his home, hosting Judah’s statesmen (elders) when suddenly the hand of the Almighty fell upon him.

20190124_120335331263422.jpgThus begins Ezekiel’s next vision (chapters 8-11). In the Spirit, he was no longer at his home in the land of his captors, but back in Jerusalem, at the temple of God.

For it is time for judgment to begin with the household of God; and if it begins with us first, what will be the outcome for those who do not obey the gospel of God?   1 Peter 4:17 nasu

The Spirit lifted me up in a vision between earth and heaven and brought me in the visions of God to Jerusalem… The prophet-priest is about to be shown four “abominations,” things that make the heart of God sick. These abominations are not done in secret on a mountain slope, hidden away in a grove of trees by rogue citizens. No, it is the statesmen, the politicians know as the Elders of Israel who practice these abominations. What leadership does, the people follow in doing. And they do so right under the Almighty’s nose!

Human child (Son of Man), please look toward the North YHVH directs Ezekiel to look at the North gate of the temple. At the entrance, prominently displayed, is the Idle of Jealously at the North entrance of the Temple of God. My own mind’s eye saw a structure that looked like our American “Washington Monument.” but it could have looked like any of the idols that have been described. This alone is enough to make the temple of God too polluted for the Almighty… but there is something worse.

At the North entrance, there was a hole in the wall… rats! Not four-legged rats but human rats

Human child, please, dig through the wall. Digging, he finds an entrance. In the Spirit he is told to go in. I cannot help but wonder if this was like going someplace that makes your skin crawl, a place that you might want to run from, not step into. Ezekiel is most likely made of stronger stuff then I am. He enters and sees etched into the walls all kinds of creepy images of pagan worship. In the Spirit he saw the politicians, the elders, worshiping the beastly images. The censers in their hands indicate that they are praying to these detestable things in the Temple of the Almighty. Why? Because they believe God has abandoned them when it was their own sin that separated them from God.

Human child, do you see what the elders are doing in the dark …each in the room of carved images, saying, “YHVH does not see us. (remember who is showing their secrets to Ezekiel) But hang on, you are about to see something even worse!

At the entrance of the North Gate, women were weeping for Tammuz! Not for Rachel’s children but for a pagan deity! Weeping in the House of the Lord for an evil pretender, a pagan god! I was surprised to learn that weeping for Tammuz is associated with Lent, a practice of Christians in the church. Woe!

Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise.
Give thanks to Him, bless His name.   Psalm 100:4

Weeping? We are to come into the court of God with praise and thanksgiving because He lives.

Human child, you will see worse… then He brought me to the inner court of YHVH. Here he saw men with their backs to the Throne of God at the entrance to the temple, worshiping the sun (the religious practice that gives its name to Sunday, the day of worshiping Ba’al the sun god). As if turning their backs on YHVH was not enough, the men prostrated themselves, arms stretched east to the rising sun, bottoms in the air toward the temple of God. WOE! Such an insult! The sun worshipers are violent and spread that violence through out the land of Israel. They hold the twigs of their idols close (7:10 the rod, the branch of the idol has budded violence and blossomed with arrogance) Fuel for the fire of God’s wrath.

Judgement begins in God’s house. If you call yourself a Christian, and you hold your traditions dear, traditions passed to you by family, the center of fellowship in your church,, do you ever question them? Do you hold them up to the light of scripture? If we Americans did not have easy access to bibles and the education to read them, then we might be justified with our traditions. But dear Christian, we can read, we do have bibles and study tools. Make sure beloved that your worship is that which pleases the Almighty. Judgement starts with us!

textgram_15483385491949242962.pngDebs in Everett, Washington

Don’t know where to start your journey of truth in Christian practice? You could pray a simple prayer from Psalm 43.

send out Thy LIGHT… Y’shua-Jesus is the Word of God made flesh. Something special about Him is the life in Him is our Light (John 1:4) His light will show you how to live in this dark world.

and thy truth… Y’shua is The Truth. He is how we are to live. To pray for the light and truth is to ask God to send Y’shua to teach you. He will make the Word of God as alive to you as He actually is. How does He make Himself alive to you? By living in your heart when you have been born again. Don’t wait, ask Him today dear friend.


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A Prophecy of Thirds: Jerusalem Judged

Ezekiel chapter 5

After the visual of Jerusalem as a city under siege, Ezekiel is given his next assignment. “Human child” (son of man) get a sharp sword and a set of scales…

  • shave your hair and beard with the sword
  • use the scale to divide the hair into thirds


This assignment seems simple enough. Shave, save the hair and divide it up. Take it to the model of Jerusalem under siege. Burn a third of the hair with fire at the center of the model, use your sword to cut up a third of the hair around the model, toss the remaining third to the wind, let it scatter… YHVH will draw his sword to chase the wind born hair. Oh, and save a tiny bit of hair to tie at the wing (edge) of your clothes. Got that?

Before I tell you what the visual means, let me tell you about the House of Israel and the House of Judah as YHVH saw them, where He had set them as the centerpiece of the nations.

  • Jerusalem has rebelled against my ordinances. (Judgments about keeping Torah)
  • Jerusalem rebelled against YHVH’s statutes (appointed times)

These two items alone explain why Jerusalem, the city of the great KING (not the city of the people of the great KING) is in more turmoil then the nations around her. The chosen people should have a great life living as an example of submission to YHVH, an example to the world of what life with the great KING should be. Sadly, that life was rejected when they rejected The Way of God found in the Word of God.

As if that was not enough, the Almighty was fixen to execute judgment, not just remove His blessing. Why?

  • because of all their abominations

What is an abomination? The list is actually quite long but in a nutshell an abomination is something we do that God finds deeply offensive and gross. It is eating “unclean food” like pork and shell fish. It is idol worship, especially when the idol is brought into the sanctuary of God. I cannot help but think of all the christmas trees, the easter baskets and haunted harvest-festival houses we bring into our churches to amuse and enchant our children. Homosexuality is an abomination. God gives an entire chapter in Leviticus to this practice (chapter 18) and scatters his opinion about this practice throughout His word. Maybe worst of all, killing our own children is an abomination to God. My heart is aching because of the blood of aborted American children that soaks the ground of the land that “God shed His grace on”. If the blood of righteous Able cried out to God, what must the voices of millions of American unborn children sound like? Three of my own grandchildren cry out to my heart and that is almost too much for me.

It was Israel’s wicked abominations, rejecting the Light of God’s word, that brought the worst judgement in all of history on Jerusalem. A Judgement God had never done before nor would he ever do again. Israel would cannibalize her children and her fathers.

Surely the hearts of the people rejected this Word of God and his judgement of their lifestyle. I’m sure they said that even if there really was a God and His Word about the siege were true, they would NEVER do such a thing. History tells a different story.

Israel and Judah had a combined total of 430 years of wickedness and abomination that the Almighty could not ignore. They were about to pay for each year with a day of siege. Ezekiel’s assignment was to give them a visual of what they were up against. There is no call to repent, too many calls to repent had been ignored already. There was no call to prep their pantries, or to store water. Their wicked hearts did not believe the Word, why would they believe the warning that they need to prepare for coming scarcity? They were not even called to arm themselves so that they could defend themselves. God was their shield and fortress, but they had rejected him.

The prophecy of thirds:

  • Son of man take a third of the hair to the center of the city and burn it.

Four-hundred, thirty days of siege would bring famine to the city. Food and water would be difficult to find. The extreme scarcity would be a starvation diet. Hunger would overwhelm these city folk, cut off from farmland and orchards. Pools of water would dry-up. Living bodies would shrivel up. All of this would take place after the siege. Any seeds meant to be planted would have been eaten, so that there will be nothing to plant. In their weakened state and having only their own excrement to cook their food on, they would not be able to resist disease. Deadly epidemics and plagues would consume them like fire. This is the fate of a third of the city.

  • Human child, take a third of the hair, scatter it around the city and cut it with the sword.

After the siege, the enemy would come in and cut down a third of the population with their swords. The rotting corpses would not be buried in a timely manner by a starving and frightened population. They will draw the jackals and wild beasts to feast on the untended bodies. Even the starving people will eat some of the bodies. Their sickness is complete. Cannibalization was never allowed by God before this and He swears to never do it after.

  • Ben Adam (Son of man) take a third of the hair and scatter it to the wind. YHVH will draw his own sword and chase them out.

These who escape will be ruined, taunted, shamed… there is no mercy for the people who cannibalized their own children.

I had thought that there might be hope for the remnant, represented by the hair tucked into the hem of Ezekiel’s clothes. Surly they would rebuild the nation. But even their numbers are cut down.

(YHVH) made known His Ways to Moses, His acts (judgments) to the sons of Israel.
The LORD is compassionate and gracious, slow to anger and abounding in lovingkindness (grace).
He will not always strive with us, nor will He keep His anger forever.   Psalm 103:7-9

The Psalm goes on to tell us that the Almighty does not deal with us as our sin deserves. I think it is because of those who have given their hearts to the Almighty in this era, who pray for those around them. I think this is why God holds back. Are you among the praying few? It is time to put all we can into prayer.

Much to the chagrin of self-righteous America, there seems to be no mention of the USA in the end of times. Why is that. Many of us believe that there is a soon coming rapture. America practices every abomination that brought Israel of Ezekiel’s day down.My fear is that we may have gone even farther then ancient Israel. After the rapture of the few who are called “to meet Him in the cloud” by the “last great shofar (trumpet)” leave America to sink into her judgement. God is not mocked. The LORD has spoken (Ezekiel 5:17)

Deb August 26,2018Debs in Everett, Washington

I do not know a single person that I would wish the horror of judgement upon. It is coming. While there is still time, won’t you please call upon the name of the LORD and be saved? You will never be sorry.

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Word Study: Vision


Ezekiel 1:1 Now it came about in the thirtieth year, on the fifth day of the fourth month, while I was by the river Chebar among the exiles, the heavens were opened and I saw visions of God.

Sometimes, a word will catch my eye, and I wonder, “what does that really mean?” Usually it means the same in Hebrew that it means in English. When I looked up the Hebrew for “visions” I found out that it actually means, “vision.” But then Strong’s added just a little bit more… “also, (causativily) a mirror

A mirror is the same as a vision? A verse from the Apostle Paul popped into my mind, and I was off to find out more.

1 Corinthians 13:12 For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face; now I know in part, but then I will know fully just as I also have been fully known.

Right away, another verse from Paul to the Corinthians came to me.

2 Corinthians 3:18  But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as from the Lord, the Spirit.

Both of those verses from Paul to his beloved Corinthian church have come to us in Greek to English, do they fit with verses that came Hebrew to English? The very first use of the Hebrew word MAR’AH is in Jacob-Israel’s vision of a stairway to heaven, Genesis 46:2 “God spoke to Israel in visions of the night…” Looking at my Hebrew helps, visions of the night is like the phrase, “seeing in a mirror dimly.” The Hebrew word for night means ‘in the gloom or night time’. It seems as if much is lost in the translations between Hebrew, Greek and English. But it is so fun to discover!

The next use of the word is in Exodus 38:8 where is means “mirrors” as a “looking glass.” The “laver” had mirrors. What? I had to research that one. The Laver is for cleansing with water (baptism), a religious ritual of spiritual cleansing. I have to wonder if these mirrors on the Laver are what James is talking about in James 1:23 when he says that hearing the Word and not doing the word are like a “natural” (not spiritual) man looking at his natural face in a mirror, then forgetting what he saw.

The next time MAR’AH is used is in Numbers.

He (YHVH) said, “Hear now My words: If there is a prophet among you, I, the LORD, shall make Myself known to him in a vision. I shall speak with him in a dream.  Numbers 12:6

The rest of the passages that use MAR’AH confirm Numbers 12:6. Three times in Ezekel and in Daniel, there is a vision for these prophets where the Almighty makes himself known to them. Note: Paul’s vision on the Damascus road is a lot like Daniel’s vision. Those around them could not see the vision, but did feel the dread of the Presence.

Debs in Everett, Washington …who has come to love the rabbit trails.


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What’ca wana to do when you grow up?

20181122_080052833842668.jpgWe have a vague idea, we want to explore, to travel, to go places we  have read about. Not to hotels, or “destinations” nor to restaurants. It started about three decades ago. Back then we thought we would hike the PCT as our retirement gift to ourselves. Our 60+ year old bodies are telling us, that ain’t gonna happen. We do not even tent camp anymore. It is just too difficult to get up from the ground.

Next, it was the great American Road Trip on a Motorcycle! An epic Harley quickly became an easier on the body Gold-wing. But there  was still the pesky problem of sleeping on the ground. Actually sleeping on the ground isn’t usually a problem, again, it is getting up from the ground that is tough. Besides, neither of us really likes to wear leather or have helmet hair.

The strangest thing happened to us while we were growing up. Somehow we became excited about our travel trailer. A home on wheels to travel anywhere there is a road. That repulsed us as young adults, back when we could climb the steepest trails the Cascades had to offer with a fourty-five pound back pack… pretty sure Ray’s pack was closer to sixty pounds. In a trailer we have our own bed, kitchen, midnight bathroom, table/desk and a place to set the Berkey so we can drink water from almost anywhere! So where will we go? The general rout of the PCT? That would be sad. Route 66? Maybe someday. Ray has already planned some trips down the 101, and I’m all in but I have another idea. The Theodore Roosevelt International Highway. Whats that? You’ve never heard of it? Neither had I.

I’ve always had it in my mind to drive Interstate 2 from our longtime home in Everett, Washington to Maine. It has been there tickling my imagination since the first time I picked up a Guidepost. Sitting down at my computer to plan a route, I noticed one glaring problem and another glimmer of pretty light. The problem? Not all of US-2 is as beautiful and inviting as Steven’s Pass through the Cascades that I grew up loving. Much of US-2 is a lot like I-5. Yuck. The glimmer? Somewhere in my research I read about a Teddy Roosevelt Auto Trail. Very little has been written about it. US-2 begins in Everett, Washington and apparently roughly follows the memorial route of President Roosevelt. Built (planned?) in 1919 as a memorial to the fallen President, the “auto-trail” went from Portland, Maine to Portland, Oregon. How US 2 ended up terminating in Everett, Washington is a mystery to me.

418fq22fcml._sx348_bo1,204,203,200_Hours of internet research led to only one source with a less then dazzling review on Amazon, “Moose Crossing” by Max Skidmore. I couldn’t find anything on You Tube or on the Internet in general, not counting a few scattered local news stories. So we ordered the overpriced book. The dreaming begins and just maybe, the auto trail will be our adventure.

Debs in Everett, Washington (as of today), dreaming, planning and getting ready to go.

With an open heart.

Jeremiah 29:11 ‘For I know the plans that I have for you,’ declares the LORD, ‘plans for welfare and not for calamity to give you a future and a hope.

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Some days, God speaks…

textgram_15454971961232019500.pngShabbat Shalom! Sitting in the dark of the early hours, awake but not wanting to wake up anyone else, I turned on my computer, flipped to You Tube and clicked on Michael Rood’s live feed for Shabbat. All I wanted was something pleasant to listen to that would not insult my intelligence or get me lost in something secular. The feed had been playing for a few minutes before I heard anything. Then a phrase got through… “the scapegoat isn’t ‘two’ goats, it is ‘twin’ goats.”

Writing it now, I’m not sure why it caught my attention, except that God wanted me to hear it. The rest of my morning was lost in the pleasant task task of chasing down information for a word study on scapegoat. Four journal pages later I have come around to this…

But the two wings of the great eagle were given to the woman, so that she could fly into the wilderness to her place, where she was nourished for a time and times and half a time, from the presence of the serpent.    Revelation 12:14 nasu

How did I get there? A basic word study and acknowledging YHVH when he speaks. The Hebrew word is AZAZEL (if you get a chance, look at the pictograph of the Hebrew, awesome!) After a couple of hours of going no-where but doggedly keeping at it, gathering basic knowledge of Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) and Lev.16 before I came to someone who said that scapegoat is a KJ word coined to describe AZAZEL which they could not translate. ( explaining that in modern English the word would be (e)scape goat. That actually makes sense.

The internet is a strange, scary and wonderful place. I saw essay’s that explained that Azazel is a demon, that it was the name of the mountain the goat was killed at, and that it is an abstract noun that describes the personification of impurity. But it was ‘escape goat’ that brought me to Revelation 12:14.

One of the most common things I hear about the feasts (of Israel… but they are of YHVH) is that the spring feasts have been fulfilled at Calgary but the fall feasts will be fulfilled when Messiah returns. The Escape Goat turned on the light of Revelation 12:14 being a hint of the fulfillment of Yom Kippur and the AZAZEL. I get excited when the puzzle pieces come together. The woman who gave birth to the child will be taken to the wilderness on the two wings of an eagle for time, times and half a time to a place prepared for her where she will be nourished by God (as Elijah once was). The enraged serpent will then go after her other children who ‘keep the commandments of God and the testimony of Jesus (Y’shua).

That fact led me to another question; why do we rejoice that the devil no longer accuses us before the Throne of YHVH since he is on earth venting his rage persecuting believers? That is a question for another day.

20181216_0745041448782585.jpgDebs in Everett, Washington

Getting ready to celebrate Christmas with my family, family who do not believe in Y’shua or practice any religion, but whom I love.

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2018 Taste of Christmas Cookies.

All our family and friends celebrate Christmas and are kind enough to include Ray and I. All year long I gather the elements that will come together to make Christmas Cookie boxes to give to them because I love them so!

20171207_1200051949650033.jpgI have a crazy amount of cookie recipes in my file. Narrowing them down is a chore. There will be Russian Tea Cakes, Date Dream Bars and Rum Balls from Rays mother’s collection. Thumbprints from Aunt Cindy (love those!) and Chitty Cookies from Aunt Sherri. That already seems like a lot of cookies. But I’ll do more.

I’m looking for flavors that remind me of Christmas. This is what I do.

  • img_20171204_191032_729554822292.jpgginger in Gingerbread Biscotti
  • mint in Triple Layer brownies
  • orange in Chocolate-Orange biscotti
  • cranberry in Holiday Biscotti
  • lemon in Lemon Bars.
  • Nutmeg in Sugar and Spice Cookies
  • eggnog in Eggnog cookies

Besides all those, there are some I make just because I’m on a roll. The trick is to give them all away before I start wondering how the are with a cuppa jo.

Happy Holidays

img_20171201_062833_7461141292996.jpgDebs in Everett, Washington

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