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Twas The Night

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Day 358 – December 24, 2018

Stillness – Pic and a Word / Formidable – FOWC / Resplendent – RDP / Family – WODC / Day 24 – December Squares

Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house
All the creatures were stirring the dogs, the cats and even a louse.
The presents were stacked resplendent with bows
Ready for morning and a formidable snow.
The family will warm with feast and a drink
And wake the next morning cheeks and nose all flush in pink.

Merry Christmas to all you incredible people who I have grown to know, cherish and really appreciate.  You have made this year’s 365 and blogging experience magical and memorable.  I wish there were a way to express what this all means to me, but I cant. I can wish you the happiest of holidays and send you intense positive vibes for a healthy New Year!

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13 Replies to “Twas The Night”

  1. I feel the same way about my blogging experience – it is an incredible feeling and I look forward to every day and interacting with people who have come to feel like family. Thank you for sharing my post and Christmas blessings to you. – Linda

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