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Stars and Flakes

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Day 336 – December 2, 2018

In Your Town – Sunday Stills / Lines – One Word Sunday / #MySundayPhoto / Heights – Pic and a Word #164  / Relative – FOWC  / Sing – RDPShiny – December Photo a Day / Day 2 – December Squares

Over the course of the last 24 hours, the town square experienced a transformation.  They were not there yesterday afternoon when I drove through, and when I went to breakfast this morning, snowflakes had lined up along the sidewalk as lamp posts were draped in greenery and bows.  Unfortunately, I didn’t get to catch them all lit up, but I think the contrasting colors along with the shiny sparkles reflecting off the bulbs, equal it out.  The decorations are all relative to each other, hanging at the same height, positioned at the same angle.  You can almost hear carolers singing in the square.  It was enough of a motivator for me to get home and get the outside all lit up.  I took a huge chunk out of it and have some spaces to fill, but if you came around the corner or down the hill, there would be no denying that it’s the holiday season. Make sure to take time to enjoy some comfort and joy on your Monday!

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