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RE: holiday decorating

Now Pam-- where is the X-mas spirit... we all have it... you just have
to find it along with the fall decorations...

Even if you don't want to do the commercial type-- I always give
something to my nature friends too.... special treats are made for the
birds, squirrels and who ever else is hanging around here for the


> Y'all are cracking me up. My idea of decorating is to leave all my
> cobwebs up until Halloween and tell everyone it's ambiance. I have a
> Christmas wreath I put out on the porch (and used to stay there until
> about May - ask Jesse) until Pat across the street got sick of looking
> at it and made me a Spring wreath and a Fall decoration, which I'd
> better find here pretty soon I guess. Definitely no Martha action
> on at my house. LOL LOL

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