some xmas photos

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some xmas photos
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Fri, 12-09-2011 - 7:31am

Just a couple .

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Sun, 12-11-2011 - 12:53pm
Well guess she completed her beefs in your town and moved on to hassle the next town LOL (good riddance!)
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Sat, 12-10-2011 - 9:07am

lol

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Fri, 12-09-2011 - 3:55pm

I agree. I use both and intend "happy holidays" to mean "happy anything you celebrate at this time".


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Fri, 12-09-2011 - 1:49pm
Absolutely ! So many holidays at this time of year... and it is nice to give others an appropriate greeting.
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Fri, 12-09-2011 - 1:48pm
Yes you should really do that,,, also it will keep you out of the house without grands and neices and kids for a day,, just wandering around together holding hands with your lovin' man. A GOOD change in other words.
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Fri, 12-09-2011 - 1:06pm

I'm like you, Suzan.

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Fri, 12-09-2011 - 12:52pm

How beautiful Suzan.

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Fri, 12-09-2011 - 11:00am
Gail, I 've lived in Germany now for 32 years and if I were to say Frohe Weihnachten this early in the season they'd look at me like I was from Mars, even though Bavaria is a mainly Catholic state. LOL
I do like to say Merry Christmas and I can't see why it would offend anyone.
Well as for retailers, I don't pay much mind to what they are doing,, honestly they started selling XMAS cookies in September, so what do they know? ;O)
So for tonight anyway, Merry Christmas and have a nice weekend, Gail.
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Fri, 12-09-2011 - 10:43am
Hmm, that's an interesting perspective you have there Suzan. I grew up with people saying Merry Christmas and its been that way most of my life so it sort of bothers me to change things just so as not to offend some which is what most retailers have done around here.

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Fri, 12-09-2011 - 10:33am
Hong Kong,, yep I've seen pictures and they really really can celebrate elaborately.
I think in Turkey they are actually decorating for New Years, which is a big deal there. But whatever the reason, it fits my need to have some Christmas cheer in December, when I'm away from my home.

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