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This year I decided to go with "Old Saint Nicholas" Christmas Cards. I have always like the feel of "Days Gone By". My folks have told me of a song entitled, "Born Too Late" - I love the music, fashion and movies from years past. I feel like "An Old Soul" ...

What type of Christmas Theme have you decided on this year? Yesteryear? Modern? A tree with white lights and white ornaments? Or an old fashioned tree with many ornaments? I would love to hear from you ...

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  1. I'm always for old fashioned tree with lots of colorful ornaments! Love the colors, the sparkle, the lights! I'm finally decorating tonight, can't wait! :)

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  2. I am with you, Sonja - My tree is full of old fashioned ornaments and white lights - Love that look - We have so much in common - So glad we connected!

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  3. This year we have a tiny living tree; one that can stay in its pot and will only grow one metre (39inches) high in ten years. So it should see us out. Haven't decorated it yet, but it will be simple. We also have a jug of our own holly on the table and I'll be bringing in my potted bay tree and maybe some other evergreens. Gone are the days when we did more for the children and grandchildren. But I love old-fashioned and the Old St Nicholas, and one year - ten years ago I think - my daughter took me to Salzburg (Austria) for the Christmas market. Everything was white and gold. Magic.

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  4. So wonderful hearing from you, Ann - I love hearing how you are preparing for the upcoming holiday - Love hearing how you place nature inside your home - How lucky to have gone to Austria to see the Christmas Market - It must have been a magical time - Merry Christmas to you and yours, Ann - I look forward to working with you in the New Year!

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