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Winter wonderland

Christmas has a different feel this year. Good time for new traditions? Isn't it always? Mexico anyone? Seems to be the answer for many! I've always loved that time of year to get out my comfy sweaters, and stoke the fireplace. This year definitely hasn't changed in that. Gardening indoors? Check, more than ever. I love being able to do that regardless of the weather. Also planning for the spring garden. It's becoming so important. I was always taught to grow whatever I could. This hasn't always been possible but I'm making it work more than ever now. New tradition? Old tradition? Bit of both.

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