Friday, December 6, 2013

Deck the Halls Week: Day 4

The Music Parlor 

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Old Christmas records are out and ready to be played!

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Gold always reminds me of my Grandma Coats. Gold was her trademark.

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And in the front entry:
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About that candy... While Lex, Lor, and Lizzie were at school yesterday, Elsa and and I stopped by the grocery store to buy a few items. While there we wandered through the Christmas aisle and she spotted a bag of chocolates wrapped in shiny, metallic wrappers. Because it is so fun to see her amazement at such things, I purchased the candy. 

Once home, I took my candy dish out of the cupboard, filled it up, and placed it on the side table in the front entry. A few hours later I walked by and discovered it was empty!

Elsa ate the whole thing. 

 Ha ha ha! This child is truly loving life in America!! 

(Never fear, we have since had a chat about moderation. There is now a rule in place where she must ask permission before indulging in a piece a candy!)

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