January 17, 2012
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Well, the holidays are over and the New Year begins. We made it over the “fiscal” cliff supposedly, but I know at the Williams’ residence, we are still feeling the economic pinch these days.
It’s that time of year so dreaded by kids, but loved by parents. School’s back in session, and what better time to start the year off with good practices? As parents, we all want our kids to succeed in all they do and to have it better then we.
Well folks, Spring has sprung and everyone is out working, tending the yard or spending free time enjoying the great outdoors.
Alright folks, let’s continue our discussion from recently concerning our dining habits and how it affects our waistlines, our pocketbooks, and our family dynamics. I pointed out last week the detrimental effects of the decline in family meal times.
Do you remember those days of yesteryear when we all sat down for family meals lovingly prepared by your Mother or Grandmother?
The Cooperative Extension office and Dougherty County Health Department work to make diabetic meals appealing.
The Dougherty County Cooperative Extension office also has upcoming classes on baking.