The Flip Flops Are Hung By The Chimney With Care – Santa Barbara Edhat


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The Flip Flops Are Hung By The Chimney With Care
Santa Barbara Edhat
They're a throwback to the pagan winter solstice when trees that stayed green through the cold, snowy winters were revered (this was in the days before Legos). You can still share good tidings, sing Grandma Got Run Over By Reindeer, and watch Sugar

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Nice days ahead for the week; North Coast experiencing average November – Times-Standard

Nice days ahead for the week; North Coast experiencing average November
Times-Standard
As winter solstice approaches — the shortest day of the year is Dec. 22 — the Climate Prediction Center projects a slightly colder and wetter winter for Northern California this season. Meanwhile, high tides led to minor flooding this week in the

Elizabeth Greene: Are you owned by a busy schedule or your true passions? – The Idaho Statesman

Elizabeth Greene: Are you owned by a busy schedule or your true passions?
The Idaho Statesman
We are about a month from Winter Solstice, gliding into the very darkest day of the year, a time of reflection and spiritual rest. Hanukkah and Divali and Kwanzaa are all festivals of light, coming in this dark time. Whatever our religious practices,

December Skywatcher’s Guide: Month wraps 2011 with total eclipse, planetary parade – Daily Camera


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December Skywatcher's Guide: Month wraps 2011 with total eclipse, planetary parade
Daily Camera
The moon resembled a coppery-red opaque glass sphere during the winter solstice's total lunar eclipse of 2010. (NASA) Apparently not content with merely showcasing traditional cosmic fare, December 2011 crowds its
Solar Eclipse Show for Southern HemisphereThirdAge

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Celebrate! Holidays of The Global Village (Kids Concert) – blogTO (blog)

Celebrate! Holidays of The Global Village (Kids Concert)
blogTO (blog)
songs about holidays from across the globe that are celebrated here in Canada, including Bodhi Day (Buddhist), Carnival (Quebec), Chanukah, Chinese New Year, Christmas, Diwali, Eid, Indigenous traditions, Kwanzaa, Ramadan and Winter Solstice.

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