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It's that time of year once again! We've turned on our heaters, pulled out the big chunky sweaters, boots and scarves and have begun to happily and some not so happily prepare for the coming of colder weather and the holiday to-do's. But while we go about our yearly routines as usual I thought it would be a great time to reflect on how the Red Hat Society has been good to us this past year.

The Red Hat Society brings so much joy and is such a strong support system to women all over the world. It's something I am truly Thankful for. As usual, Thanksgiving dinner will be made, pies will be consumed and plans for Christmas will take action. This year, instead of letting these days pass by at the speed of light, take time to think about all that is good in your life, including our wonderful Red Hat Society. Maybe you the Red Hat Society helped your through a difficult time, gave you a new best friend, brought you closer to your friends, made your life more fulfilling or simply made you feel loved and thankful. This holiday season be sure to spread some Red Hatter love by encouraging fun, friendship, freedom and fulfillment as you grow closer with your fellow Red Hatters.

Happy Thanksgiving!

- Queen Diva Dishberry
Gobble Gobble Cupcakes!4 Thursday, November 4, 2010

If you make these adorable Cupcakes this Thanksgiving, your guests will be sure to Gobble them right up! Serve these sweet treats anytime this November for a Red Hatter Celebration or on Turkey Day with friends and family! Simply make your favorite cupcake and frost with chocolate or caramel frosting. Making these little Gobble Gobble Cupcakes is fun and easy. Just follow these simple instructions...

Ingredients you'll need:

- used Keebler Sandies Right Bites Shortbread)
- 6 to 10 candy corn pieces (per cupcake)
- White icing
- Black decorators' gel
- Red fruit leather (ex. strawberry Fruit by the Foot)

1. Frost the cupcake, then press in a cookie head and 2 cookie wings.
2. Press in a row or two of candy corn tail feathers.
3. To make an eye, add a small dot of white icing to the head, then add a dot of black decorators' gel for a pupil.
4. For a beak, cut the white tip from a piece of candy corn and press it in place.
5.To make the wattle, cut a 1-inch square of fruit leather. Roll it into a tube and stick it in place over the beak. (Recipe from

Hope these Cupcakes are a hit! Enjoy!

- Queen Diva Dishberry!
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