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Goode MaeN all!!
30/Dec/08 12:01 AM
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On the 6th day of Christmas my true love sent to me
6 swans a swimming
5 gold rings
4 calling birds
3 french hens
2 turtle doves, and
a partridge in a pear tree
30/Dec/08 12:02 AM
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Happy 6th Day of Christmas!
30/Dec/08 12:02 AM
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Good Morning Kate.
30/Dec/08 12:02 AM
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Great minds think alike GannieMo!
30/Dec/08 12:02 AM
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Too true, Kate
30/Dec/08 12:03 AM
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Have you seen the little book where the woman writes letters to the man who is sending the gifts. Today he is sending 6 swans, five rings, 4 birds, 3 hens 2 doves, and a partridge in a pear tree, to go with the 5 rings etc he sent yesterday. She is complaining about the number of trees etc.
30/Dec/08 12:07 AM
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Maen, everyone!
I wonder if GannieMo's six swans will feel at home in Sudokuland with my Avatar???
30/Dec/08 12:09 AM
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I know the one you mean - the last letter is from her lawyer!

I have a delightful little novel that Santa brought me when I was a child. It's called 'The Thirteen Days of Christmas' by Jenny Overton. I wonder if its still in print? It was written in 1972, though my copy was printed in 1977 - back when paperbacks cost $1.50 in Australia and Canada and 50p in the UK.
30/Dec/08 12:10 AM
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Kate . It was one of the little books that the family sent around. Someone would get it for Xmas and the next year they would send it to someone else etc. I don't know where it ended up, but I wish I had it.
30/Dec/08 12:16 AM
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Kate, I have just found the Jenny Overton book for sale on Ebay. uk
30/Dec/08 12:17 AM
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You can find anything on the Internet! It's a great story! I cherish my copy - I read it to my daughter (aged 6) this Christmas. It is getting a little fragile (and yellow). Those paperbacks were not really meant to last 30+ years!
30/Dec/08 12:20 AM
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That one has a different cover to my old one GannieMo but it is definitely the same story! They have 5 copies to sell too!
30/Dec/08 12:23 AM
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Good Maen on the 6th day to all!!

One of my favourite books as a youngster was 'There is a Santa Claus' which was made into a movie called 'Miracle on Elm Street' (or maybe the other way round), and which destroyed many of my childhood delusions of Xmas.
Kate, I just looked up Jenny More...
30/Dec/08 12:27 AM
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My old copy has a cover that matches the illustrations inside - from the attire it was set in the 1600s. I hope the one on eBay doesn't have cartoon-y illustrations inside as well ... I'll stick to my copy.
30/Dec/08 12:29 AM
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I would be interested to read Dorthea's version. Does anyone know the author?
30/Dec/08 12:30 AM
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Whoops, I put Au only in and looked no further, many apologies.
30/Dec/08 12:30 AM
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I think I saw it recently in an email form ... (Dorothea's letter version that is) but I probably deleted it. I am sure someone will have it by the end of the day!
30/Dec/08 12:32 AM
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Grannie It is the same book. As Kate says the last letter is from the poor woman's lawyer. Ours was the hard copy.
30/Dec/08 12:33 AM
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Sorry Dorothea! It's not the same book! I changed subject too abruptly and confused you! In my childhood book the couple get married! In the email I am afraid I deleted the letters get more and more terse until the last letter is from the lady's laweyers!
30/Dec/08 12:35 AM
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I will have to think about getting it for my 2 g-girls
30/Dec/08 12:37 AM
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Hello 22?
30/Dec/08 12:37 AM
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'Morning all. It is great to see everyone still thinking about Christmas.
30/Dec/08 12:37 AM
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Heheh, Hohoho
22 for GannieMo
30/Dec/08 12:38 AM
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Well Kate it was a little book about 7 inches high and It was called the 12 Days of Christmas, but I don't remember who wrote it. It came out about the same time as '1066 and all that" which was by Armour. I don't remember the date. I'll look for my copy of that.
30/Dec/08 12:39 AM
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Beautiful flower avatar June.
30/Dec/08 12:40 AM
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Christmas is not over until the Feast of the Three Kings on January 6th (which is why you are supposed to take your Christmas decorations down by then or the goblins will get you)! It's a pity we don't celebrate ALL the old customs - I wonder if there's a recipe for Twelth Night Cake on the Internet anywhere?!
30/Dec/08 12:41 AM
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Richard Armour? I don't have '1066 and all that' but I have 'Twisted Tales from Shakespeare' and 'It all Started with Eve' - very funny books!
30/Dec/08 12:42 AM
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Bet they are not in print any more either!
30/Dec/08 12:43 AM
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Last year on a television morning show they calculated the actual cost in 2007 of the 12 gifts in the original "The Twelve Days of Christmas" song and the cost was phenomenal!
Instead of getting mad, she should sell them on Ebay!
30/Dec/08 12:44 AM
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Twelfth Night - Decorations

Twelfth Night is when all Christmas Decorations should be removed so as not to bring bad luck upon the home. If decorations are not removed on Twelfth Night, they should stay up all year.

Why is it bad luck to leave the decorations up after Twelfth More...
30/Dec/08 12:45 AM
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Good Morning all. Enjoy the day!
30/Dec/08 12:47 AM
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To our ancient ancestors, the Twelfth night after Christmas would have been the evening before 6 January, Epiphany, the twelfth and final day of the Christmas season.

The actual date for Twelfth Night has caused much confusion for years and still does today. This is because our modern More...
30/Dec/08 12:47 AM
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There is a site Called SCA Society for Creative Acricnomism . Boy I wish I could spell that. Anyway they sould have that recipe. We used to go to the Twelve Night outing when the kids were little. Lots of Belly dancing for them.
30/Dec/08 12:48 AM
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In France they have Les Galettes du Roi. They come in different guises a circle of brioche, a tart filled with a marzipan/frangpani. All contain a 'feve' originally a dried broad bean, but now a plastic or porcelaine mini statuette still called a feve and greatly collected.
Each galette comes with a golden crown which is given to the person whose slice of galette contains the feve.
30/Dec/08 12:52 AM
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Try this URL for further info about Christmas foods etc.

30/Dec/08 12:56 AM
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... and they are Queen for the evening?
30/Dec/08 12:57 AM
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Here you are Kate

The classic Twelfth-night Cake is a very rich British version of the pan-European King Cake that's more of a cross between a King Cake and a Dundee Cake than anything else. It hearkens back to a time where the celebration of Epiphany (Twelfth night) was far more important More...
30/Dec/08 1:02 AM
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Wow! So make at least four days in advance!
30/Dec/08 1:10 AM
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Thanks, GannieMo!

Beautiful, crisp clear photo!
30/Dec/08 1:25 AM
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