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Tagged With: family

Z is for zzzzz

It’s time for a snooze now after these long holidays. As with many festive family days, I have seen many a family member snoozing on the sofa after dinner. Have some amazing images, but will not post them 🙂 I hope you all have a great start of the year and I will be back … Continue reading »

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F is for Frankincense, Fire and Family & Friends

Frankincense Frankincense has its origins in the Middle East and was one of the three gifts that baby Jezus received on its birthday. By that time it was already a popular product in Asia as a medicin and in North African and Middle Eastern religions as a perfumed cleansing product. The product has made quite … Continue reading »

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D is for Dinner

Central to the Christmas celebrations is the large family dinner. Not everyone will have dinner at the same time or have the same food, but they will all try to have as many family members together as possible. Some people might go out for dinner as they don’t want to have the hassle of cooking … Continue reading »

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B is for Bauble

Christmas would not be complete without its ornaments, whether to decorate just the tree or the rest of the house, outside and inside. For Christmas there are really no limits and it’s down to personal choice and taste. Although many people will go for the traditional baubles, these days you can find all kinds of … Continue reading »

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A is for Advent

Advent starts the fourth sunday before Christmas, which is this year 2nd December. It marks for most Western religions the time to start preparing for Christmas. For them it means making a wreath with four candles, one for each sunday. They are lit one after the other so that one the last sunday before Christmas … Continue reading »

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