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a Christmas Tree in Southern California is always a little under-whelming, in my opinion. I mean, if walking down aisle after aisle of Christmas trees in your mall’s parking lot in 80 degree weather is your thing, then please forgive me. Something about the fake snow blown on to the trees made me yearn for some real cold weather; they kind where you need some hot cocoa to warm your hands just as bad as you need it to warm your belly. I’m longing to see my own breath in front of me and it’s just not happening this year.

What is happening is picking our nose and eating it. So, there’s always that.

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    • Thanks, Alia. It’s nice to start getting out of the house. Still can’t lift the boys… and getting down to their level is, um, dangerous ๐Ÿ˜‰ Have a Merry Christmas!

  • Loved seeing your face and knowing you were out. My two and a half year old son is doing the same thing with his nose. It’s lovely. Hope you all have a Merry Christmas.

    • Isn’t it? His preschool teacher told me they had to practice NOT picking their noses during their little Christmas show. So funny. Hope you have a Merry Christmas too.

  • come to massachusetts! you’ll see your breath for sure. do you enjoy it being mostly warm all year around? or are you a 4 seasons kind of person? my sister just moved from NY to LA this past year and as much as she misses the layering kind of weather, she’s very much enjoying the warmth and the beach in her area!

    • I’m a Californian girl at heart. Everyone here complains about the weather, it’s our thing I suppose. When it comes down to it, I know nothing about bundling up and the cold – especially now – makes my spine go funny. But I’d love a white Christmas at some point… even if it just means a trip to the mountains for a few days.


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