We love Christmas here at the Exponent, which means we love Christmas posts!
Because of this love, we are dedicating this week to a Christmas Series, complete with poetry, ward Christmas party hints, an excellent Christmas Nativity play, and even a Christmas book review, plus lots of love for the women who celebrated the First Christmas, Exponent Style. But it won’t end this week, we will sprinkle flakes of Christmas cheer throughout all of December, in celebration of Christmas,
“But wait!” You say, “This week is American Thanksgiving! We want Tofurky recognition!”
We know! We do, too! We love American Thanksgiving …and Canadian Thanksgiving, and Australian Thanksgiving and any time a Thanksgiving Feast is offered. (“Thanksgiving” was a term used in a celebratory feast when voyagers arrived at far off destinations, and was even a term used among Mormons at the completion of a new chapel’s construction.) So we are still having some delicious Thanksgiving posts as a part of the Christmas Series, to round out the season properly, rather like a nutmeg-sprinkled happy sip of egg nog.
But before this series of fresh Christmas posts begin, we invite you to visit the ghosts of Christmas posts past. So, sit down, grab a cup of cocoa (or iced chocolate for those in the Southern Hemisphere) and put your feet up. Because we have some magical Posts of Christmas Past for you, such as:Read More