Christmas of Years Past

Grammomsblog’s 2nd Anniversary! To celebrate 2 years, 138 posts, and 7,873 viewers on Grammomsblog, I’m re-printing my very first blog:

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While getting ready for the Christmas season, I just can’t help but reminisce about all those Christmas’ past:

The first thing I like to do in early December is set up my Christmas Village (now known as the Winter Village as it stays up till March) that Taylor got me one year about 16 years ago.  I still have the same mirror a.k.a. skating pond and have added several “figures” over the years like my favourites:  the Woman hanging the wash on the line with real mini cloth sheets….and the men chopping wood (I made a woodpile from my apple tree branches, glued together )…..and my bonfire made from stones from the driveway glued with crepe paper flames…

I think about my gifting that actually begins long before the Christmas “shopping frenzy” -I’m not a big fan of shopping malls and stores at the best of times.  My kids have commented over the…

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