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01/17/2012 02:54 PM

Really late Christmas but did not want 2 miss out!

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from me and the kitties. I have been so sick these past two months it just wore me down to incapacitated and I have not been on MDJ. I was alone, sick in bed and grouchy for Christmas but enjoyed decorating and since it took me so long 7 weeks I am keeping them up all year! Life is to short to live it in a box!! I love looking at the lights every night, it is so soothing.


Post edited by: LilyRose4, at: 01/17/2012 02:56 PM

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01/17/2012 03:18 PM

Thank you, never to late for me. I celebrate Christmas everyday. So thankful

Glad that you are feeling a little better. Blessing

Post edited by: Realityworld, at: 01/17/2012 03:19 PM

01/17/2012 03:51 PM
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I am glad to see your back...I'm sorry you went through your recent sickness alone!! When I get settled someplace, I'm going to get my stuff out of boxes...sounds like an awesome thing to do to cheer a person up...

Big hugs...

01/17/2012 05:38 PM
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Hi LilyRose and welcome back ~~~ Sorry to hear that you were so sick and glad you re better now.

I, too, was pretty under the weather from Thanksgiving until this past week so pretty much know how you re feeling.

You are so right ~~~~ There is something so very soothing about Christmas lights on a cold night. I particularly like to turn them on very early morning when I m getting ready for work also. Smile


01/17/2012 07:12 PM
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Beautiful! I too would keep them up all year...Just think, next year you won't have to do all that work! Love the card. You are awesome. Hope to see you around often. You know you are loved and cared for...You better anyways! LOL Talk to you soon..HUGS

01/17/2012 07:35 PM
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Christmas lights are excellent all year round! Glad you are feeling better!

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