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December 25, 2012


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Wow! Love of nature and love of friendship.
Thank you.

Rosemary Carstens

Thanks for the reminders that this beautiful story holds--so fitting today. We have to get together more often in 2013--but without the 8 miles of snowshoing on my end! xo


I'm going to try to find a copy of that book, it sounds like my kind of story. Your description of a typical 21st century Christmas is sad, but true I suppose. I still can't accept TV being on when visitors or in the house, never mind all the other gadgets of distraction that are available these days. I chose to remain holed up in the woods over Christmas as that feels more genuine to me. I do my visiting and traveling in spring and fall to spend time with people I want to be with without the overwhelm of overdone holidays and events.

Kathy Kaiser

Hi Laurel,
I agree that being in nature is a good way to spend Christmas. Glad you could do that.


Hope you had a white xmas at the cabin! Merry Xmas my oldest friend!

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