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YAy! I'm the first
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I went for a walk with my 3 y.o. today and was pointing out the Xmas stuff in the windows. She saw a wreath and asked what it was for. I was about to answer her and then I realised that I had no idea. Can anyone tell me why we put wreaths on the doors?
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Another West Aussie :-) Oh, nearly forgot 6.27 hmmmm
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3:53 My best for a medium
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I know I'm not first - but I just wanted to beat Fraz !

'Col was here 05' (just imagine it in pray paint on a train tunnel'
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7:02 not a good time. What a cute little child.
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And I appear to be second. Can't believe this!
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Getting a bit carried away and left my name & address off.
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Second, maybe I can't count!!!
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4:55
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Wreaths have been used as a decorative sign of Christmas for hundreds and hundreds of years. It's circular shape represents eternity, for it has no beginning and no end. From a christian religious perspective, it represents an unending circle of life. The evergreen, most frequently used in making More...
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...s' blood that was shed for us.
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5:08

Wreaths as circles symbolize that God's love has no beginning or end. When made from evergreens they symbolize immortality. Placed on the door they are a sign of welcome.
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(copied off a website called Holiday insights) just so I'm not tagged for plagerism (sp?)
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5:37, my fastest medium time so far (out of 3). Christmas wreaths and trees come from an old pagan tradition that pre-dates Christianity. Pagans had a holiday called Saturnalia that marked the shortest day of the year and the return of the sun. Christians incorporated some of these traditions into their new holiday.
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cute pic - 4.41
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sorry MEL from DU about the wreath ????
do you have coniferous trees in AU ??
you know the needle ones. sorry for the expl. if you knew
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how does that baby crawl or move with all those clothes? or maybe just to stay warm? probably.
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Let's say that an alien from some far away planet came down to the U.S. during the Christmas season. He visited cities, towns, and rural areas. He watched TV, listened to the radio, went to the movies, and visited stores and businesses. He rode trains, busses, and airplanes. How long would it take him to figure out what exactly was being celebrated?
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Hi Joe - yes we do have coniferous trees. A lot of pines for instance seem to be used as windbreaks on farms. We also have vast pine plantations - the wood being used for some building, furniture etc. This time of year signs spring up on the sides of the road advertising Christmas tree farms where More...
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I am not sure they would ever know what we were celebrating. Sure worth thinking about. I love your thought.

Cute baby. My fifth grandchild will be here Feb 8th.
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Wah! Purple Dinasaur, so cute!
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2:23 Great time! Stay warm in the Northeast!
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complete 14:08 - is that baby in a Barny the Dinosore suit?
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thanks Fraz for the info
i do lots of projects with Pine but prefer hard woods
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those wood working comments were from me Fraz
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9.18 - half awaken
The pic is too cute! who's baby is that? I don't think it is the Barny suit, though.
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Edward, they'd probably assume we celebrate GACWiF: Great American Capitalist Winter Festival. And really, isn't that what it is? (maybe it would be more inclusive to call it 'Anglo Winter festival?' I don't know if other western countries are as commercial as we are. But hey...every culture needs a winter festival, so lets not pass judgment!
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8:59 - horrible time! Great picture and such a cute baby!
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6:14 - look at those eyes!
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23:09 average. cute pic whose the proud mum and dad.
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5:11
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Hi all! Edward, they probably wouldn't know, though I don't think it matters. What I care about is people showing the spirit of Christmas (as a non-believer, it has no religious significance for me). So if this is a time when families come together and people care for each other, that's a good More...
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Fast time for me - 8.5 minutes. Cute purple kid!
Has anyone tried any of the new Sudoku hand-helds? This website has me so spoiled that paper-and-pencil ones seem to take forever now, with all the erasing. I want an electronic version for traveling! (And shopping and bank lines!)
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3:49
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9:57
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6:32

still raining and the time is now 5:15am.
my first thought was that the picture is a teletubby baby in disguise, until i had a second look. the baby is cute!!

i am expecting lambs in the next few days from my 5 ewes. they are all waddling lyng around complaining. feel sorry for them. some look like they got twins.
cheers

ont the hard
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8:22 Horrible time for me. Adorable baby, I don't think it's the Barney suit.

Wow, this is such a great site, never knew any of that about the wreaths.

Edward, I agree with everyone, they probably wouldn't know, especially since other traditions/December holidays are getting More...
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6:45
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8:50 Hello Diane, where abouts in Lancaster are you? I live in Lanc. Twp just off Wabank Rd.
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