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Happy Holidays


The Meme Express will be out of service for a few days for the Christmas holiday. We expect to return to the depot on Friday, December 26th - with a Friday Freedom prompt.

In the meantime, feel free to leave a comment with a link to your latest Christmas or holiday post.

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Happy Holidays to you . . . . from the Meme Express!

We'll leave you with a special Christmas song, performed by Judy Garland in the 1944 film Meet Me in St. Louis:

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"Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas."

10 comments:

  1. Dear Son Divine of Christmas Time
    Poem for the Christmas child: The clutter of Christmas preparations and celebrations can be distracting, drawing me from the real purpose of Christmas, the Birth of Christ, the Baby who was born to die to redeem all mankind from ourselves.
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  2. How to Make a Dishcloth Angel
    A Heavenly Gift for the Christmas Holidays or Anytime - The dishcloth angel craft is simple and economical to do. No sewing is required. You can complete the entire easy dishcloth angel craft project in just a few minutes.
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  3. 7 School Picture Surprises for Holiday Giving
    Create great Christmas gifts with class photographs. Try these seven super-simple school picture surprises for holiday giving. Every single photo craft project requires little or no artistic ability or crafty talent.
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  4. Holiday Check-Out
    Poem on shopping for the Christmas spirit - Where can the true spirit of Christmas be found? Can it be destroyed by the flurry and hurry of frustrated shoppers? Can troubled economic times dampen our holiday spirit? How can we rekindle and refocus?
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  5. Bright and Clear - a Whimsy in Rhyme for Christmastime
    O holy night, so bright and clear,It's the most glorious time of the year.
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  6. CD Review: Believe, by Natalie Grant
    Christmas is coming. Do you believe? Would you like to? Christian recording artist Natalie Grant offers a holiday CD that balances the sacred and the secular, the classic and the corny, in a simple and refreshing way.
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  7. My Favorite Christmas Song of All Time
    Christmas carols are the musical highlight of the holiday season for many. As trees are trimmed and stockings placed by chimneys, the air is filled with the music of Christmas. What's my favorite carol of all?
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  8. My Worst-Ever Christmas Gifts
    I'm grateful to be loved, especially at Christmas. And I truly appreciate the thought, effort, and even expense that goes behind every gift. Having said that, here are the worst holiday gifts I ever received, from A to Z.
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  9. Haiku - Countdown
    Haiku describes the industrious preparations of the holiday season, as advent progresses and Christmas approaches.
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  10. Latest Christmas Post - Dads Were Kids Once

    http://brainyandbeautiful.blogspot.com/2008/12/dads-were-kids-once.html

    Dads Were Kids Once
    This holiday season I have been thinking a lot about this time of year really being for the children and how important it is to make it as fun for children as possible. I even posted about it on my other blog Notes on Nannying here.

    My dad publishes a weekly newspaper in his neck of the woods called My Backyard. Every week he writes a column titled From the Publisher's Desk. This week he recalled holiday memories of yore and I found it delightful. Even at 27 years old it can be hard to imagine my parents as children so this glimpse into my father's childhood is such a treat. It also made me realize how strongly our childhood holiday memories stay with us as we age (my Dad is nearly sixty-six). For this reason and many others, making the holidays as special as possible for the children is so very important. Read my dad's column here.

    Happy Holidays!

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