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Re: Re: [GRD] Re: OT Christmas tree


My mother told me years ago that when they were children, they didn't use a
tree at all and that this was an Irish tradition.  Presents were placed under
a table on which the creche was laid out.  Could be they just didn't waste
money on trees that would just be thrown out.

Kitty

On Thu, 12 Dec 2002 10:17:08 -0700 Linda <lja@direcway.com> wrote:

> Noreen, try www.christmasdepot.com.  I believe
> that is where I saw electric
> candles on strings.  If not, just run a search
> for Christmas lights or
> string lights and you will be amazed at the
> variety that is available.
> 
> What is an apple house?
> 
> I thought the German tradition was a Christmas
> goose...does it depend on the
> part of Germany you come from?
> 
> Linda in Wyoming
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