Serendipity Experience 76: Candy Canes and Christmas Carols

5:28 AM

Candy canes seem to be featuring very strongly in our Christmas preparations this year! My daughter is busy preparing us spectacular Lindt hot chocolates and milkshakes with candy cane stirrers, whilst my son and I are sharing a nightly reading of "The Christmas Carol" accompanied by a glass of milk and mandatory candy cane. We are thoroughly enjoying our nightly reading sessions and have decided we should read more Christmas stories.
We have decided that the next in line will be "The Nutcracker" and "Twas the night before Christmas"
If you have any good Christmas story suggestions please let us know!!!

Linking with Michelle at Keeping the Spirit Alive 365. and The Mustard Ceiling

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9 comments

  1. Mmmmmm. Sounds very yummy. I love your books! They are beautiful. I think you have a wonderful idea!

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  2. You take beautiful pictures! I have always liked candy canes because they come with their own contrasting colors and stand out so nicely in a photograph.

    Charlotte

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  3. Great photos and wonderful Christmas traditions to be sharing with your children.

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  4. I love the photos so much - beautifully arranged! Those old books are wonderful. Christmas Carol is one of my favourites! I can't think of a book to add here, but will come back when I have an idea! Have a wonderful time!

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  5. Such wonderful photos.. Those old Christmas books look wonderful.. Hope you are having a happy day my friend..

    Hugs, Linda

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  6. I love those vintage Christmas books, Simone. How sweet it must be to read from them at this time of year. :)

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  7. Yum, candy cane milkshake stirrers, I think that is something I could get used to around the holidays :).

    What a special tradition collecting and reading the old Christmas classics together.

    Thank you for linking up to A Holiday Tradition.

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  8. Beautiful photographs Simone!
    From the time I was very young, right up through now, I always read "The Velveteen Rabbit" at Christmastime. So love that story.

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  9. I love your photos. I love the theme of your blog. I have just become your latest follower and looking forward to reading your discoveries

    Kelly @ Craft Until Your Art's Content

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