Friday Randoms



My small town square is all ready for Christmas.  


I will admit that I would enjoy the cocktail weenie tree (wrapped in bacon, seriously),


I love a good snow day, but I am a teacher and I get the surprise day off.  Here are a few places that would be great to spend a snow day. 


Apparently William Faulkner not only knew how to write, but also how to mix a fine hot toddy.  


Leaving you with a trio of Christmas carols for you to choose from on this fine Friday.  Here is one......this is number two.....and voila number three.  
Enjoy!  


Linking up with Tanya.  




Comments

  1. #1 festive
    #2 fancy
    #3 or on the beach
    #4 I'll pass
    #5 Merry Christmas

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  2. Michelle- this is wonderful.
    I loved your list- especially the Christmas songs:)
    Have a Merry Christmas!

    Laura
    White Spray Paint

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  3. I like your town square and the decorations. Can't imagine a bacon-wrapped tree or tuna for anything but a sandwich!

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  4. Wonderful holiday post.
    Love the toddy recipe, but not the tuna tree.
    Have a wonderful Christmas break.
    xo

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  5. A snow day off before Christmas. What a nice gift. Last minute shopping and cookies to ice before the first group arrives early in the morning. Love to you and yours this holiday.

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  6. Fun post. I'll come back and check out the cards. I am about to leave for work.
    I am sorry I didn't do a thankful post yesterday and I promised you! I was just too tired after work.
    I meant to do it to schedule before the book review on Wed. and forgot. I sure hope it slows down in 2017! But I don't it. Anyway. Looks like your having a great party. I'll link later today.
    Merry Christmas!

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  7. A very Merry Christmas to you and a Very Happy New Year coming

    Thanks for all your sweet visits and comments all year

    Janice

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  8. I saw a nice Japanese tree with origami cranes that I liked. I will go out tonight for another look at lights

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  9. The she square looks so pretty, love it!!! MerryMerry, Francine.

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  10. Your decorated town square is wonderful, you are so lucky to have such a charming town to live near. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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    *M*E*R*R*Y* *C*H*R*I*S*T*M*A*S*!*
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  11. Such a pretty picture of your town lights.

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  12. I'm with you on that tuna tree - and I like tuna, but no thanks. Have a wonderful Christmas!

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  13. MERRY MERRY CHRISTMAS!
    Love from Titti

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  14. Your downtown square looks very festive. Have a merrry Christmas!!

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  15. Looks like a scene right out of a Hallmark Christmas movie.

    Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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  16. It looks good to me and it doesn't even look all that small. The town I grew up in had a square that looked a bit like that.

    I just started reading Hillbilly Elegy, a book by a young man from a poor Appalachian family (Jackson, Kentucky is his original hometown) who graduated from Yale Law School but who has deep understanding of others of his background (Scots Irish whites) who have lost faith in the American dream. I'm curious if you are familiar with the book and what you think about it.

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  17. Town Square in lights . . . wonderful . . .
    A "tuna tree" . . . I don't think so . . .
    Wishing you a Merry Christmas . . . late . . .
    Off I go to live in Log Cabin Heaven!

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