Archive for the Christmas Category

Holiday Cheer

Someone sent this Christmas link to me earlier today. Thinking it’s kind of cute. Enjoy!

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Holiday Dinner Party

Tis the season for holiday parties. Two were on the agenda last night. I went to the first but never made it to the second. It was a dinner party with a white elephant gift exchange. The host has thrown this party for the last few years and she always does a fabulous job with decorations and more importantly the food. So I’m overcome with holiday cheer. Of course, I still haven’t put up my own Christmas tree yet. Maybe I’d do that this week sometime.

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Jumping The Gun

Am I the only one that thinks stores like Linen N Things have jumped the gun by starting to sell Christmas decorations now? I went in the store yesterday and couldn’t believe my eyes. There was isle after isle of Christmas decorations. Goodness! It’s not even Halloween yet!

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OHHHH FFFUUDDGGGEEE!!

Christmas morning finds me in a bad mood. A pipe broke in a empty apartment upstairs and water has leaked into my bathroom and bedroom. I suspect the pipe broke yesterday as I heard water and confirmed it wasn’t coming from my apartment. So I call the management company to alert them to the situation but they never showed up. Maybe because it was Christmas Eve. So what was a small problem has turned into a much bigger situation. I just want to scream. Heck opening presents didn’t even make me feel any better. So I’m playing lots of Christmas […]

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Silent Night! Holy Night!

The 8pm Christmas Eve service at Fourth Presbyterian Church was more crowded that all the stores I visited today. We arrived around 7:35pm and were able to sit in the main sanctuary which is beautifully decorated for the holiday season. If we had arrived 10 minutes later we would have been watching from an ajoining room on close circuit television. My favorite part of the service was when we sung Silent Night! Holy Night! by candlelight. Below are the words to this beautiful song composed by Joseph Mohr. To learn more about its history, check out the Silent Night Museum. […]

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