Would you believe it if I say I never have a picture for photo christmas cards? You may be amazed by knowing that little secret of mine, right? My childhood Christmas celebrations were fun but, we never really take a family picture to use for Christmas cards. Looking back from my childhood years, my mother would prepare variety of food displayed on the table. Of course, my brother and I would have new clothes and shoes to wear for Christmas Eve. Picture taking is not that popular for our family though not until I was in High School. It would have been fun to see old family photos in each passing Christmas season, right? Anyway, most of my friends have that tradition though. It is not too late to plan ahead for this year anyhow. How about you? Do you have a family picture every Christmas and used it on Christmas cards? That is really an awesome experience to grow up with. It is just good to reminisce past photos and see how you grow and how your family grows in numbers. That is something to talk about every family gathering and I bet, it is fun to remember. Well, if you are like me who never have one since, this year is not too late. We will take good photos that will last a lifetime.
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Friday, June 4, 2010
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