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It's Time to Look for Lagniappe

Lagniappe. A rather unique custom, originating in Louisiana....a mixture of words of French Creole and Native Americans that means a "little something extra", usually from a vendor of some sort. If you bought a cake from a pastry shop, the baker might toss a couple of extra cookies in a small bag as "lagniappe" unexpected gift. You get the concept. It occurs to me that while this is a Louisiana custom, and a delightful one, that all of us experience lagniappe, but may not be aware of it.
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