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Post by Christmas-Lover » Mon Aug 27, 2007 9:58 am

Every Year me and my family go driving around looking for really well decorated houses we always do it and im getting older nw i know but i dont think i`ll ever want to stop following on with the tradition

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Post by hollybell » Mon Aug 27, 2007 3:57 pm

I still do it and i am a maother of 4. I like to take my kids and do the same thing. I don't think i'll ever get tired of doing it either. I hope to do it with my future grandkids as well. Lol

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Post by Jack Frost » Fri Aug 31, 2007 11:49 am

That's always fun, but it can make you feel bad too, like why don't I decorate more?? :?

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Post by Big Steve » Fri Aug 31, 2007 8:20 pm

I wish more people would decorate. We walked around looking at houses every year but there are fewer people decorating. But honestly there are more getting back into it now. Gee I wish I still had those two old Lionel train sets my brother was given back in 1953. My dad discarded them when I was 10 years old.



Hey we are decorating beginning the last week in Sept. There are lots of Autumn wedding in my family this year and we need to start now with business of getting the house lit up.



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Post by waleed432 » Sat Nov 15, 2014 2:55 am

Does anyone know of any Christmas traditions from Ireland? My brother-in-law is Irish and really into his heritage--I was hoping to find him a gift related to both Christmas and Ireland.
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Post by CharlesLoyd » Mon Dec 08, 2014 9:17 am

As I said in one of my post that everyone is celebrating this festival with their style and all the are very nice way to celebrate the festival. I also went in the night to see the christmas tree of everyone's home.
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Post by Bishop1954 » Mon May 07, 2018 5:45 am

There are a few that I have had before I got married and that I still enjoy today. Such as sleeping by the Christmas Tree on Christmas Eve & placing the hand-made ornament my son made me as the first one each year on the tree and at the center (also the last one removed).
As a family, we do enjoy driving around to see some of the lighting displays (our street is on the Christmas Limo Tour). :P
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Post by angelpugs2 » Thu Jun 07, 2018 11:08 am

For me my tradition is decorating before thanksgiving as it's one my mom started,then i enjoy going to christmas festivals and all the different shops as i enjoy the way they decorate and i'll hold a few small get togethers with close family and friends have some christmasy snacks and enjoy christmas carols playing.We enjoy our little moments as i'll have my grandmother's hot chocolate simmering on my woodstove and i do my own scents like pine and balsam as well as a few others,we'll go out and build snowmen or do snowangels.
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