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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I’m spending the afternoon listening to traditional Christmas carols in a non-traditional way – via DISH satellite. I’m also trying to duplicate Mom’s recipe for Millionaires, caramel and pecans covered in chocolate. The songs are just what I remembered, but I don’t remember Mom’s candy being this flat and “puddly.” Oh well, it will be good, and making it brings back happy memories. Whatever you’re doing in preparation for and celebration of Christmas, I hope you have many happy memories and that you make many more.

 

Linda and brother Jim, 1953

Linda and brother Jim, 1953

David and Linda, Lewisville, Texas Toy Run, 2003

David and Linda, Lewisville, Texas Toy Run, 2003

Merry Christmas from our house to yours,

Linda and David

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Comments on: "An Old-Fashioned Christmas Afternoon | by Linda Brendle" (2)

  1. We are trying to make Grandma’s stuffing this year.Merry Christmas Linda.I loved that first picture.The tree made me smile but you two under it made me really smile.

    • It was kind of a Charlie Brown tree, wasn’t it? We didn’t have much money for fancy decorations, but we loved what we had. Merry Christmas to you, too, Liz.

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