And So We Go On

The Christmas tree is pretty dry but I refuse to take it down until after January 6- the Feast of the Epiphany. It’s celebrated by many as the day the three kings visited baby Jesus. Growing up in the Catholic tradition, and, thanks to my artist parents, we always kept the tree up at least till the 6th. Truthfully, if you can manage falling pine needles, the lights provide welcome respite from cold dark evenings. A pleasant ruse to keep the holiday magic going a little longer. I’ll take it. All good things continue on. Indoors and outdoors. What do
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A Chandelier That Glows in the Night

We cleaned the chandelier today- a once in a year event, as it hangs from a 15 ft. ceiling. I climb a very tall ladder, knock off cobwebs and spray it till the dust drips off onto the sheet below it. My husband does a great job holding the ladder. He even lets me take some photos from my perch on high.
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