Thursday, December 21, 2006

Christmas in My Neighborhood #8


Christmas is getting closer--wreaths are disappearing from the wall as sales are made. I think that I am saturated with Christmas posts so I need to find something else now. If we're lucky we'll get some of that snow that has paralyzed Colorado--then I'll have a new challenge to photograph!

Today in Minnesota History: 1881-This winter may be the snowiest winter in St. Paul history, but there are no consistent records to prove it. (Reference: MNHS.ORG) Unlike this year!!

México Countdown: 17 more days!

11 comments:

  1. ton voyage et noel se rapproche ;o) tu dois etre heureuse.

    your voyage and Christmas approach ;O) you must be happy.

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  2. all is xmas in everywhere... I'm not sure if it´s a spirit for holydays or for a real nativity, but it's a special time, for where you go, you find some green and red, and people is happy ^.^

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  3. oh i like the colours very much.
    the snow can be beautiful but it can be paralyzing as well for many businesses and concerning that your Mexico holiday is getting nearer i'm not sure if it's good to wish you to get snow for christmas.

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  4. Kris in Szentes mentioned the same in her post today. I am starting to feel the same myself. But these wreaths are nice! Cool that you have your trip to look forward to!

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  5. Hi Kate, You may feel saturated with Christmas photos but I still am enjoying them. It'll be over all too soon. Annie

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  6. 17 days to Xmas in Mexico? Well, I like that a lot better than 4 days from now -- but the way I operate, I won't be ready for the festivities until about February... Hope you and your family have a great Christmas, Kate... Best regards, Don & Kitty

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  7. I am enjoying your Christmas pictures. The splash of green and red is so cheerful.
    Maybe a little of that "short-timer"feeling is creeping in. I wouldn't blame you if it was.

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  8. Good luck with the snow. Not much chance here, except in the mountains...You made some really good choices of Christmas related photos so don't be shy if you have more to put up.

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  9. I'm with Annie - it will be over all too soon! Live in the moment..

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  10. Kate...
    If I don't 'talk' to you before then, I hope you and your family have a safe, happy and blessed holiday - you deserve it! I hope the new year brings wonderful blessings and a fabulous time in Mexico!
    Hugs,
    Erin

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  11. This is just image is soooo fun and cheer-y.. I love it :)

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