Tis the holiday season at the ol'e Almanac forums...

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YB
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Merry Christmas to all our Christian friends.. To our non-Christian friends I say Happy Holidays to you..

Tis quiet now here at the forums, everyone is preparing for there own types of celebrations. Or if your like me, just sit back and relax and enjoy what the season brings me.

For after the New Year begins it will be a downhill troll through the snow till the Spring set's in then...

LOOK OUT.. Planting season will begin and this place will light up like a Christmas tree lol.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all.. and to all a good night.....

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Now you listen to me youngun.....

When you are sitting back go out at night in the woods and listen. For now you will hear the trees practicing ready for at the strike of 12 on Christmas Eve all the animals can talk and the trees sing an anthem like you will never hear any time else. Take it from this old old Sussexman this is to be true.
Merry Yule Tide to all of you and yours.

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Well, there are no woods here in Tampa

But I wish everyone a Merry Christmas. Even the ones who are non Christians. (I'm not a pc kind of gal here). May your day be filled with love. I know that Stu, Harold and GeeTee are raising their glasses.

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Ye Gods girl

How can you live without trees. everyone should have at least one tree. They will give you peace of mind better than a bucket of tranquilisers. If you put your ear to the trunk of an old tree you will sounds like you have never heard before. Perhaps it is the beat of it's heart.
Happy New Year to you and all of yours.
Old Sussexman from across the Pond.

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Hey all!

Hope you all enjoyed the Holiday season! Ours was busy as usual. As the new year approaches I wish all of you a Happy one. It will be spring before we know it.

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