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A White Christmas...just in time!

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First of all, I would like to wish everyone the happiest of Holidays. Once again Wanda and I made the full circut of parents, all three sets. It was absolutely wonderful to have the time to spend with each of the families. Plus the fact that that means I got to enjoy 3 great holiday meals, ranging from Ham, to a Crown Roast of Pork, to Goose. We were even blessed with a White Christmas at the last moment. Originally, they had said no White Christmas, but by Christmas Eve day they were calling for flurries. Later that night and 4 inches later the weather changed their forcast to say that we would wake up with 8-10 inches, and that is exactly what happened. Though snow is a trivial point to Christmas (the truly important thing is spending time with loved ones), I love snow and it just seems to help to make the day seem that more cozy and homey. Luckily, the plows were working overtime (bummer for them) and Wanda and I were able to take off from my parents at noon to make it to another set of her parents just in time for another holiday dinner. I don't think I am going to eat for a week!!!!!!:bounce: :bounce:
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I thought I was the only humbug, Snow = YUCK....cold, wet, slick, not fun to drive in...BLECK! St. Louis got hit Christmas Eve and it's still lingering....supposed to snow again this week....I'm off for the week and will probably stock up in magazines, NYT, hot decaf tea and hybernate....Bleck. Eating 3 celebratory meals with loved ones what a treat!!! I used to do it in HS with my family eating around noon and my best friend's eating later....Thanksgiving 2x...but the joy was in the kitchens with the holiday traditions.
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