Because it’s down to crunch time, and everyone’s a little stressed, here’s some of my favorite Christmas-themed tweets to cheer you up.
I’ll be in the newsroom on Christmas Day – so send me some Christmas wishes from your family celebrations!
This entry was posted on December 24, 2012, in
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Last week, I talked with some Christmas tree growers who said the first weekend in December is the most popular for people to buy their trees. Looks like they were right: social media blew up this weekend with photos of newly decorated trees from around the region. Here’s a few.
This entry was posted on December 3, 2012, in
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One of the cool things about my job is that I get to learn new things every day.
For example, my family has used an artificial tree for a long time now, so I never knew what happened once you picked out a real tree to buy.
Now I know – and it involves a cool tree shaking machine [
Ignore the background chatter]:
This occurred at McClellan’s Tree Farm in Middleburg – I’m assuming to shake out the loose needles and other things that can get stuck in a tree.
Very cool stuff.
Which do you prefer – real or artificial trees? Let me know in the comments!
This entry was posted on November 30, 2012, in
Uncategorized, Video and tagged artificial tree, Christmas, christmas tree, christmas trees, farm, farming, holiday, holidays, Middleburg, PA, real tree, real v artificial, tree, tree farm, trees, video, videos, xmas.
Saturday I visited the Short Stop market near Selinsgrove to talk with store manager Mary Spicer, who transforms used lottery tickets into works of art for a good cause.
Here’s some bonus photos of her creations, which benefit the Needy Family Fund.
This entry was posted on November 26, 2012, in
Bonus Photos and tagged Christmas, Christmas ornaments, Daily Item, decoration, DIY, holiday, holidays, lottery, lotto, lotto tickets, ornaments, photo, photos, recycling, short stop, xmas.
This was the scene I encountered last weekend at a mall (not locally).
My first thought was, “What happened to Thanksgiving?! “
How early is too early for Christmas cheer? Stores want to milk the season of giving, but is that really appropriate?
I don’t even want to think about Santa until after the turkey’s carved. I mean, I like Thanksgiving and think it should be given its fair due.
What do you think?
This entry was posted on November 14, 2012, in
Uncategorized and tagged Christmas, holiday, holidays, mall, malls, Santa, Santa Claus, shopping, Thanksgiving, turkey.