Tag Archives: Christmas

15 Days

December is flying by. Are you ready? 15 more days to shop, write, bake, and plan. šŸŽ„ My last project was finishing a panel wall hanging. Who knew I’d be working on it multiple weeks, but it’s done, hanging on … Continue reading

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Seasons

The Holiday Season is upon us. Family, friends, an amazing variety of food, lights, special decorations, and all the good things associated with the upcoming month. This week we celebrate Thanksgiving here in the US. Many will worship, others will … Continue reading

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HO HO HO

I love Christmas decorations, and I remember the many, many years when every inch of the house, inside and out, was decorated including several trees. Today, you could say my decoration are somewhat scaled back because everything that comes down … Continue reading

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Peace on earth, Goodwill to all

O holy night the stars are brightly shining It is the night of our dear Saviourā€™s birth Long lay the world in sin and error pining Till He appeared and the soul felt its worth A thrill of hope the … Continue reading

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Thursday Santa Door

“Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus Right down Santa Claus lane” Mr. and Mrs. Claus and their handsome little house with green door are courtesy of Dover Main Street, a non-profit devoted to downtown revitalization supported through downtown … Continue reading

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Tis the season

I like Christmas, I always have. I have more decorations than one woman needs, butĀ most of the indoor ones have a story. The outdoor ones are, well, outdoors and don’t have much of a history except that they are needed … Continue reading

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Poinsettia Trials

It isĀ a bonus to liveĀ a few miles from the University of New Hampshire in Durham where they are always on the cutting edge of agriculture. The Macfarlane Greenhouse covers 25,000 square feet and is directly linked to research and teaching … Continue reading

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