Not one, but several nativity scenes make up the elaborate Christmas display on a home on Hwy 81, just North of SR 20 in Loganville, Georgia
One of the best ways to create holiday memories with your family; in particular small children, is to motor along and view Christmas decoration displays.
Christmas carolers join an old fasioned stage coach
M&M characters are sure to bring a smile to your face
I’d forgotten what a delight this simple tradition was, and in fact had not done so in a number of years. I was quickly reminded; however, when returning from visiting a relative late Christmas day. No need to describe what I saw. They say seeing is believing . . .
Vintage Christmas sleigh with Victorian figures
Carolers greet passersby
Perhaps you just didn’t get around to seeing any of the local Christmas displays in your home town; well, why not check out this CNN list of some of the best holiday/Christmas displays in the world.
Rather than to reinvent the wheel I will simply repost a previous blog I did about the 12 Days of Christmas . . . . https://scoop1942.wordpress.com/2011/12/12/on-the-12th-day-of-christmas/ I also wanted to point you to another blog that illustrates 12 traditions of Christmas . . . . http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2010/12/christmas-traditions-from-around-the-world-infographic/ and to complete this years Christmas offering I will post new photos with Santa on the 25th after all of the festivities have ended.
I’ve been remiss in keeping up with my personal blog, but promise to rectify it in 2014 and do my very best to offer a new post on a weekly basis.
In the meanwhile, check out http://www.get-packin.com for some additonal Christmas and Holiday cheer.