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All Decked Out

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Slowly but surely signs of the Christmas holiday are showing up on roofs, in yards, on trees, in windows, across the globe. I had seen a couple start blazing away on Thanksgiving, but thanks to some near 60 degree temps yesterday, more and more residence were adorned. Tonight, on my way home, I captured this fully decked out abode just shining away. Of course, it got me itching to get started, but sadly I have to hope my little elves will help out since the shoulder is still mending. But knowing their work ethic we will be lucky to be plugged in and ready to go by the 25th. November 24, 2012

2 Replies to “All Decked Out”

  1. I’m homesick!!!
    This looks SO much like the christmas decor in the Lynnfells Parkway neighborhoods in Saugus Ma. Do a google if you’re bored sometime and check out the vids and pics that come up.
    Few down here decorate to the degree captured in your great photo; I miss bundling the kids in the car and driving around after their bedtimes (made it more special) to see “kwismiss houses” (quoting my middle son there 😉 )
    Thank you for bringing back WONDERFUL memories!!

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    1. Aww, thank you so much for the comment! I will definitely look at that address. It does always bring back fond memories, not only of my kids, but when I did that as a kid myself. Guess it’s just one of those things that keep me young.

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