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Newsletter December 23 - 2002FREE email English course
Dear Friend,

As promised you'll find below some more tips from Sue on how to turn Christmas into a truly exciting event.

Beware if you have a dog though - she might try to topple your Christmas tree ;-)

Have some peaceful holidays!
Regards
Torsten Daerr


"...We too, put up Christmas decorations but not unsually until 6th December. They must be taken down by Twelfth Night, or Epiphany, that is January 6th.

It is considered very bad luck to have anything still on display after this date. We too hang wreaths especially on our front door. These are usually holly wreaths, with some evergreen leaves mixed in. Our Christmas trees are festooned with baubles and angels, icicles, stars,tiny coloured lights. Usually our tree is adorned with every colour under the sun but this year, now that my children are older (!) I attempted to have a more elegant tree. My daughter has decoreated it in shades of white and gold. It is a real tree and the smell of it is wonderful in the room. We used to hang gingerbread stars on our tree in past years, but these days the tree would be toppled by one of my dogs trying to eat anything edible. Our old dog which we used to have would never try and steal food...
Cassie is very different and we have learned to be very careful!..."

Dear Friend,
I wish you and your family a very Happy Christmas and Prosperous New Year.

Yours sincerely
Sue Darville, Bristol


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