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flipper1966 flipper1966 56-60, M 8 Answers Dec 17, 2012 in Religion

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Of course. Christmas 1959-65 as a kid, and christmases 1980-92 when my kids were small.

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Christmas in a magic-feeling time for little kids.. it should be held precious for them, because all too soon the world will cast the harsh shadow of reality on it.

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When I was 14 and my dad bought me a cedar chest. I have now passed it down to my daughter. I lost my dad two yrs ago the day before Fathers Day. I will always have happy memories of every Christmas spent with him.

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1987.. Mom closed on the new home we had everyone in the family and then some come by.. she cooked a ham and a turkey. I also scored big that year. Mom got me the whole series of Barbie and the Rockers :)

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Christmas when I was 8 years old was special, because mom gave me her old wallet and inside it was a quarter all for me.

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Christmas when I was 13 was special. My mother gave me a complete recording of Wagner's Gotterdammerung! I fell in love with Wagner. He has remained my one and only true love for my entire life. I never dated. Wagner is my one true love.

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Yeah. Who needs women, right? Why not fall in love with a great composer. They won't bleed you dry. And they never whine.

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Not all women are the same. I have to remind myself all the time that all men aren't the same, too.

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Have you ever fallen in love with Beethoven? Or Mozart? Or Bach?

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The complete Gotterdammerung: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-y_wpcn6aEs

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I think the only one I really remember is when we had to pull tinsel out of the cats ***.

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I remember the time we had to pull a Hanukkah candle out of Mr. Katz's beard!

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no wait my cat did that twice.. she was very strange

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Your cat got a Hanukkah candle stuck in its whiskers?

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