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Friday, November 25, 2011

Join the Granny Bees for some Christmas fun!

HEY! Do you have plans tomorrow? No! Then join us at the cabin for Christmas.
Yes? Then cancel them! Why? So you can join us for Christmas at the Cabin!

Bring a craft to work on, learn a new one, or just come sit a spell and chat!

Saturday, November 26, 10 -6
Sunday, November 27, 11-5
In Kokomo, IN @ 119 Kinston Road...right down the street from the Seiberling Mansion.

THEN - at 6:00 pm on Saturday

the mansion will be lit up for Christmas. There will be Christmas carollers, people dressed in period clothing, cookies, and Santa Claus! There are luminaries all around the place. For a minimal fee, you can tour the mansion. It is BEE-YOU-TEA-FULL! It is. (My Shug and I got married there. What? I know I've told you that a hundred times....I'm gonna say it again.....I love it there...why? Because my Shug and I got married there! See, I said it again!)

jOin US! HavE sOme FuN! RelAx! MaKe soMeThing!

Peace,
Cindy Bee

6 comments:

  1. What a great place to get married!!

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  2. I like the mansion too. And yes Fiona, it was a great place to get married.

    Cindy Bee

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  3. Hey!
    Looks wonderful, wish I could come.
    Wishing you a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving weekend
    Rebecca

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  4. The luminaries that line the streets... the white horse drawn carriage (white horse too) lit up with christmas lights and garland... that escorts Santa & Mrs. Clause to the Seiberling to light the mansion... then following St. Nick into the Elliot house (Santa's Castle if you ask my kiddlets) to sit on his knee and tell them what they want for Christmas the most... PRECIOUS. Hope and pray I don't miss it. I have to work unless they can find me coveragee.

    Oh and the trunk shows in my moms 100 year old restored home... open house... to see all of our yarn and fabric wares... support your local businesses today!

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  5. To back track I agree, shopping on Black Friday is a tradition for some. Shopping on Thanksgiving is stupid. There's no family time anymore.

    Matt and I were talking about how we wanted to go out for Black Friday but we didn't have anything to buy. We were catching onto the hype. I guess it's different for people with kids and lots of people to buy for. We don't have the issue. But boy we 'wanted' to go out ...hahah

    Have fun with the Christmas crafts. I'm in the process of making 3-5 cards for my coworkers to use during the year. (I'm a scrapbooker) People like to rec'e a handmade card - right?

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Cindy Bee