cookies on parade...part 3

Ahh...the festival of lights.
When I was growing up, I was fortunate to be included in a dear friends family, to the point of being invited to all family functions. That naturally included Chanukah.

As kids, any holiday involving gift opening was an obvious favorite, but for eight nights? Oh how I wanted to live at their house that week. Now that I am older I can appreciate Chanukah for what it means, what it celebrates and reflect on what we are all able to be thankful for.
And I'm looking forward to teaching my own kids about it too.
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