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What do You Remember about Christmases Past?

These things I remember

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No one was allowed in Grandma’s attic. “Bats and rodents live up there,” Mother cautioned.

“Then, why do you keep all those boxes up there?” I’d ask.

“We have nowhere else to store them,” Mother explained

That worried me. All the months those ornaments and White Christmas treasures lay…

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Selma

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