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Re: now Xmas decorations- was ok- this is just unbelievable

since I collect D56 houses, I know a lot of folks that
keep Xmas up year round. Not everything, but a good

I wouldn't mind doing that except I don't have the
room for it. Some years it comes down fast- others
well, it gets put on the back burner. 


--- Melody   <mhobertm@excite.com> wrote:
> Alright...I confess...although I've managed to
> actually get the
> Christmas stuff taken down before October this year
> (yes, last year it
> was October...dont' know why I even bothered!)...it
> is all still sitting
> in a few boxes, plainly visible to anyone who enters
> the house, waiting
> to be carted up to the attic to be put away. Maybe
> I'll just give in and
> become one of those people who decorates for
> Christmas year
> round...would save oodles of time and energy, don't
> you think?
> Melody 
> Hills, IA  zone 5

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