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Merry Christmas 2022

Merry Christmas 🎅 Peace ☃️ Joy 🎄 Happy Holidays

I hope you're having a wonderful Christmas.

The video above offers a brief look at how the hubby and I celebrate Dec. 25. I know, I should have shot it horizontally, but that's why I'm a writer, not a cinematographer. And no, there will be no videos of me making our holiday dinner.

Enjoy today and your traditions however and whatever you celebrate, or if you don't!

I'll be back here with a return to taxes tomorrow. 

Until then, a few more of our favorite Christmas items reflecting our native Texan perspectives.

We start with the Mexican folk art armadillo who followed the wise men into the Nativity crèche, and the barbed wire Lone Star State ornament. And yes, folks who read yesterday's Christmas Eve EV tax credit post saw these already. Armadillo creche and barbed wire Texas 2022

Our Ann Richards crocheted angel, named after the former Texas governor with the distinctive white bouffant and biting wit, now sits on our mantel. Originally, she was our first tree topper.

Ann Richards Christmas angel

And we leave you with one of our neighbors' exterior displays, the Minion who's going to get coal in his stocking!

Bad Minion took down Santa 2022_IMG_9551

Christmas lights drawing



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