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Posted 12/20/2006 12:00 AM

A Baby’s Touch

During the busyness of this holiday season, my one year old daughter caught a cold that wouldn More...

Posted 12/20/2006 12:00 AM

Christmas season is for Love

Christmas is for love. It is for joy, for giving and sharing, for laughter, for reuniting with family and friends, for tinsel and brightly decorated packages. But mostly, Christmas is for love. More...

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I think this ornament looks good right here More...

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Dylan and MacKenzie enjoy their Christmas party at school More...

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Mistletoe

Mistletoe was often hung over the entrances to homes of the pagans in Scandinavian countries to keep out evil spirits. An ld Scandinavian myth tells of the seemingly invulnerable god, Balder, who was struck down by a dart made fromn mistletoe. More...

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All the children greet Santa with excitement! More...

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Collier and Caroline enjoy breakfast with Santa More...

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History of Santa’s Eight Tiny Reindeer

Reindeer made good animals to have become a part of this legend, since they lived in very cold northern climates and were therefore unfamiliar to most people in the world. More...

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I love you so much, Santa More...

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Thank you for the candy Santa More...

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THE INNKEEPER’S TALE

They think I More...

Posted 12/20/2006 12:00 AM

Eight days before Christmas

When did my life begin? In all truth I would have to say that it began eight days before Christmas when I was already the mature age of nine years old. Or to be more exact, I was nine and a half. More...

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Cookie Cutter Chaos

When I was in elementary school in Saginaw, Michigan, back in the 1950 More...

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Tradition of hanging Christmas Stockings

Christmas Stockings Many families will hang large brightly colored Christmas stockings over the fireplace or on the walls of their homes during Christmas time in the hopes that Santa Claus will fill them with toys, treats, and goodies. More...

Posted 12/20/2006 12:00 AM

Tradition of Christmas Lights

Christmas lights were at one time were candles, chosen because their twinkling appearance reminded families of the twinkling of moon light through the branches of fir trees in the forest. More...

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