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“Grand Pa Pa used to tell us he’d accidentally shot Rudolph,” Annelise told her children as she reverently placed the Christmas antlers on the front table. She turned to them, smiling through tears of nostalgia, and was pleased to see that the children were crying as well.
It took weeks of planning, but in the end, famed interior stylist Ash Wednesday managed to brilliantly decorate his client’s home for Christmas despite her allergies to pine needles, dust, fiber, and color.
“There’s only one way to find out!” Reagan replied with an eager grin.
In a Gift of the Magi-like moment, Cubby sold his antique pocket watch to buy his wife, Caroline, a comb for her hair– and Caroline sold Cubby’s prized Pamela Anderson memorabilia collection to buy him a Vintage Arcade Skee-Ball game.
While getting ready for the annual Cabot Family Christmas Dinner, Cecily finally settled on the perfect way to address her mother-in-law’s assertion that her children behaved like animals.
Adair Waterford was known for always going the extra mile. In addition to buying all of her friends Plush Foot Duvets for Christmas, she also had matching European shams custom made to fit on each of their toes.
“My Macbook Pro is always ice cold when I open it in the mornings,” Lou Lou complained to her assistant, Grosgrain. “It’s often enough to block my creative energy entirely.” Grosgrain smiled quietly. She suddenly knew exactly what to get her boss for Christmas.
“Cotton marshmallows on a stick, chalk trees, and a campfire made of holiday lights.” Andreas laughed incredulously and shook his head. “I like you, Prescott, I do. But I gotta tell you. When you invited me on a camp out, this was not what I had in mind.”
It was the first time she knew with certainty that the rumors were true.
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