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We think about how our cards were displayed because they were pretty and festive before, and how now, that displayability is more a metaphor for someone in their life.
Bright and festive, with some bubbles, this cocktail is tart and tasty.
Although most of us had smaller versions of the festive events that we’ve become used to, that doesn’t mean that the day was any less magical.
As much as family gatherings for festive dinners and opening gifts are annual Christmas rites, so is feeding and giving gifts to the poor, with churches and charitable organizations offering care to masses of needy strangers.
The snow flurries today were festive and in the holiday spirit.
As the holiday season is one of the busiest for your inbox, it is important to keep your subject line both impactful and festive.
Like festive lights reflected in a wine glass, bubbles brighten our holidays.
This season, we could all use more happiness in our lives, and it’s impossible not to smile when you’re taking in a festive light display.
The 3-footer, which she picked up for $30, is a way to make the home she shares with her college-aged daughter more festive at the end of a tough year.
I am not quite sure why or when peppermint became such a popular, festive flavor, but it’s a holiday favorite.

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