Traditions can be as simple as popcorn and conversation on a cold night, or as profound as a family heritage of service to other. Families have traditions about birthdays and holidays, mealtimes, gifts, travel, worship, games, clothing, words, and sayings. It is traditions that make a home more than a hotel.
Caryl Krueger has been awarded an Honorable Mention for her book Family Traditions by the Mid-Administration Congress of the National League of American Pen Women. This award was presented in October in St. Augustine, FL.
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About the Author
2001 CARYL WALLER KRUEGER is a writer and lecturer specializing in family issues. She is a regular columnist in two newspapers, writing in the areas of grandparenting and family issues. She lives in Grayslake, IL.