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A Christmas Manifesto for 2011

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So excited to be back to the Journal your Christmas time of year. So much more I want to share, but first I need to catch my breath just a bit. If you’re dithering about joining in this year, go ahead. We would love to have you along for the ride, and I know you’ll treasure the Christmas stories you document through this project.

Christmas, you are pretty darn fabulous, you know.


01 December 2011

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5 Comments for A Christmas Manifesto for 2011

  1. bonitarose Says:

    I am so with you.. this year, I am telling myself to slow down and enjoy this project and enjoy every day.. no matter what comes my way. xo love to you Shimelle.. I love your classes!, hugs

  2. Tracy Says:

    Hi Shimelle,
    Wishing you all the joy of the season!
    I must have missed this,i have started a december daily journal for the first time ever and so excited.
    I am sadly not in the class but look forward to seeing what you all do.

  3. jason @ Gold Work Embroidery Says:

    Christmas this year is all about my 2 1/3 year old grandson because he actually knows about Xmas and Father Christmas and reindeer and efverything and it’s so exciting for him that it is infectious and I can hardly type I am so excited and can’t wait to see his little face on Christmas morning.

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