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Melting Moments Cookies - the most crumbly, buttery, and delicious cookies ever. So easy to make but yields the best melting moments cookies.

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Be life long or short, it’s completeness depends on what it was lived for. - Amish Proverb | Pinecraft.com Amish Blog

Be life long or short, it’s completeness depends on what it was lived for. - Amish Proverb

New Smithville Bark Barn With Hex Signs,

New Smithville Bark Barn With Hex Signs,

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Pennsylvania Dutch Barn

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 Barn stars rose from Pennsylvania Dutch tradition, not Amish.

The Meaning of the Amish Star | Synonym

Traditional Amish barn with hex sign Mascot, PA.a good barn quilt for Em

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Traditional Amish barn with hex sign Mascot, PA

Hex signs on old barn - German immigrants to southeastern Pennsylvania often painted the sides of their barns with colorful symmetrical designs within a circle.

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Hex signs on old barn - German immigrants to southeastern Pennsylvania often painted the sides of their barns with colorful symmetrical designs within a circle. Though their significance is unclear, they may originally have been meant to protect farm animals from the evil eye and other witch's spells.