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An old-fashioned Christmas

December 22, 2013
It’s nearly Christmas Eve. Stockings are hung with care, flickering candles and twinkling tree lights welcome everyone and make , The OBSERVER

It's nearly Christmas Eve. Stockings are hung with care, flickering candles and twinkling tree lights welcome everyone and make everything cozy. Early presents with festive wrapping paper are under the tree, mouth-watering aromas waft through the air, and you find yourself singing along to your favorite Christmas carols on the radio. This season, often called the "most wonderful time of the year," is a time when we enjoy family traditions. It's a time out from some of the cares of the world when we make an extra special effort to create bliss in our homes and within our families. December snowstorms have certainly made part of this effort for an old-fashioned Christmas easy. Despite the shoveling, who can't admire the beauty of the snowflakes, particularly if you find yourself out on a country drive and happen upon a Christmas tree farm.

 
 

 

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