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What is you fondest Childhood memory of Christmas?

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      Tuliplady wrote Nov 30, 2011
    • I have a lot of great Christmas memories, but one that stands out is the year my grandfather ended up in the hospital.  Mom and my aunt took Grandma down to the hospital.  It was blizzarding and there was no way they were getting home that night, and dad had us kids and three of my cousins in our little house.  Christmas morning, we all woke up and my cousin who’d been sleeping on the couch popped up, eyes wide open and instantly awake and said, “Is it blizzardin’ yet?”  We spent the day playing in the snow.




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      Diane17 wrote Nov 30, 2011
    • My mom used to make empanaditas de queso and buenenlos (sp?)  The food was from Bolivia.  They were SO SO good.  One was eaten with honey and the other with powdered sugar. One was fried and the other was baked and had mozzarella cheese inside I think.  I wish she had given me the recipe for it.  But she made these when I was a kid when she was feeling better...




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      Marie Hempsey wrote Nov 30, 2011
    • My favorite Christmas memory was when my brother and i were about 6 and 8 years old. A friend of our families was spending Christmas with us and he took my brother and I outside and showed us Rudolphs red nose flying high in the sky ( obviously an airplane but we were caught up in the whole Santas coming/ Christmas eve thing) and we hurried to bed. The next morning there were reindeer footprints on new fallen snow all the way around our house and half eaten carrots and celery strewn around the yard with glitter. I still remember how excited we were that we were the only kids on the block that actually had Santa tracks in our yard. It all runs together with the brand new white artificial tree we had that year with all blue ornaments including blue birds and the tree played music and twirled slowly. My mother wrapped every gift in foil wrap that year...all different colors and it was just so very beautiful. every gift had hand made bows and curly ribbon. That was definitely my most magical Christmas as a child.




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      Tuliplady wrote Nov 30, 2011
    • Diane, I will look around.  I’m pretty sure I have a recipe for buenellos.  We made them a couple times when I was younger.  They are yummy!




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      Denise Richardson wrote Dec 1, 2011
    • I have several as well, but the main one that stood out was when my mom used to wake us up between midnight and 1am telling us Santa had just left the house and if we look outside we can see the sled leaving it never failed, we would look out from our bedroom window and upon the lower roof we could see sleigh tracks, hoof, and footprints, then she’d say “look there he is see the red flashing light?” That’s rudolph guiding the sleigh.” We believed that story for many years only later to find out that it was a scheduled helicopter flying high in the sky to make all kids think it was santa lol. Boy what parents did in those days to thrill their kids lol. Oh and it was my dad who made the prints in the snow on the roof lol.




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