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Christmas is a Legal Holiday

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Happy Birthday, Laura!

Today is my little sister’s 23rd birthday! Happy birthday, Laura! Woohoo!

Ho Ho Holy Critmits it’s COLD out!!

Today marked the annual trip to Sleighbells Christmas tree farm in Sherwood. We went with our friends, the GVL family. Here’s the view from the east-facing hills at the tree farm. Gorgeous, huh? Of course, it was in the 30′s! I’m just thawing out now.

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Codi and I got some time with Santa! I asked for extra warm socks. One can hope. =)