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Still Celebrating plus Downton Abbey Excitement





I don't know about you but one of my favorite things about Christmastime is that it truly begins on Christmas Day and continues until the feast of Epiphany which falls on January 6, 2013.  Although, if you are like me and have jumped on the Downton Abbey bandwagon wholeheartedly, January 6, 2013 is more importantly the return of Season 3!  (Isn't that sacrilegious of me?)  I am already setting the DVR and planning a totally Downton evening.  I am thinking tea and biscuits or maybe something suggested in this article.  What about you?

If you are somehow behind on watching this amazing show, check the PBS schedule now and catch up quickly! (You can also watch a quick re-cap episode of Seasons One and Two free on-line here.)

Keep celebrating and keep in touch!









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  1. I have to admit... I have not seen this show yet. I have heard about it a lot, but haven't watched an episode. Maybe I should?! :)

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  2. Merry Christmas Misty! Enjoy the rest of this season!

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  3. My husband suggests maybe we should identify with the downstairs food instead of upstairs. And my son is not thrilled that his 17th birthday is overshadowed by the 3 wise men and Downton Abbey!

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  4. I love to hear that someone else loves DA! I have been counting down the days until June 6. I hadn't thought about a themed snack but that's a great idea! I was more concerned about making sure I got the kids to bed early. ;-)

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  5. I am really in need to get started watching this show! Just found your blog...it's beautiful!

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  6. SO I am thinking that we need to watch an episode together....and make some SCONES! ;)

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  7. SO I am thinking that we need to watch an episode together....and make some SCONES! ;)

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