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That was no argument for Duncan. He would rather have the feel of Christmas than the feel of cash in his pocket.
He likes to have the outside Christmas lights on and he likes to have the tree lit. When I go to bed at night, I sometimes turn off the tree lights but he is still playing games in the family room. When I get up in the morning, the lights are back on the tree that is in the front room. It is the last thing he has done before going to bed. Turn them back on. How can anyone love Christmas more than that.
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Christmas morning brought two traditions I am not familiar with.
One is that the presents under the tree come from people far and near, fictitious and real.
One from Elizabeth May, one from Darth Vadar, one from Steven Harper, one from Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps. One from Billy Idol, one from Darth Vader, one from Lucifer, one from Barak Obama
When unwrapped there were lots of electronics and new T-shirts.
I have never heard of O2, but those shirts were keepers. I heard words of gratitude all day about those gifts.
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As well, though the stockings were hung by the chimney with care, they had been stuffed with newspaper.
There is no way that the stocking stuffers would have fit in the stockings, had the stockings been long enough to hang down to the hearth.
There was the Kinder Express Surprise Train, a Gingerbread Spice Chocolate Bar, Hemp Heart Bites, a can of Hibiscus Soda, a jar of Simpkins Sweets (Royalty Style).
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I am just wondering whomever else has had a CLIF bar: Chocolate Chip Peanut Crunch – the ingredients are 70% organic in their loot bag. Even 3 days later, it is hard to to laugh with all of the fun – making it is one of Rebecca’s gifts.