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Finding Ruby

It’s been easy in the past. So simple, in fact, that years in a row my getting out of the truck has been a mere formality to cutting down the family Christmas tree.  The rogue fir trees that lined my in-laws’ driveway seemed to wait in single file for us each December as we pulled up […]

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Steve

Other than our first married Christmas where we recycled the tree from Orting High School’s assembly and decorated it in our apartment with homemade construction-paper reindeer and wreaths. And the year after that. Where we wheeled into a gas station in Bonney Lake and left with a noble just big enough for our coffee table […]

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How it Went Down

Picked a winner. Dressed it up. Snapped two still peeps. Twice. Found the flash. Caught the love.

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Tree Priority

There was little fanfare in sawing our Christmas tree down this year.  In fact, it was over before my daughter could complain the third time about the tree being too small. It’s just that there was this sudden urgency—uh, mental urgency–to get a tree, if only to see the color of our carpet again. With […]

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Christmas Eve Medley

That this Christmas tree is wearing breakable bulbs from top branch to tree skirt can mean but one thing:  It ain’t ours. Rather…it is a far cry from ours which has been snipped of most of its bottom branch on the right side, has no water because the cat was thirsty, lacks garland on the whole top […]

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