Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

Farolitos in Santa FeNan and Christi are in Santa Fe this Christmas, and as is the tradition here, we will walk tonight, Christmas Eve, and admire the farolitos (elsewhere these are called luminarias, lumieres and various other names) that line the streets of Santa Fe’s east side.

There is snow on the ground and it’s still snowing off and on. Cold. Tonight the forecast calls for 10 degrees Fahrenheit (-12 degrees Celsius). Brr.

Friends are coming for Christmas dinner, and we’ll cook up a storm, the cookies having already been made.

We talked this morning about the free shipping Fatale has been offering, and lots of people have taken advantage of the special offer. So we’ve decided to extend the free shipping through New Year’s, and half-price shipping outside the U.S. It’s a good deal! So if you find yourself needing a special present–for you or someone special in your life–you’ll get a good deal from us at Fatale.  

On that happy note, we say to you:

Merry Christmas! Happy New Year!

May 2010 bring you health, wealth, wisdom and all the sex your heart desires.

Yours in peace,

Nan and Christi

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One Response to “Merry Christmas!”

  1. Cuc Hanns says:

    We have a gingerbread making party every year. It is some thing we began over 20 years ago when my sister and I had been teenagers, and my little brother was at the proper age to appreciate such things (6-7). We alternate whose residence it’s at each and every year, and sometimes we have themes or contests. We’ve built gingerbread churches, cabins, tents, lean-to’s, and replicas of our own real homes. We also have spiced cider, play Christmas music, and get sick eating the candy we use to decorate the houses, but we usually have a blast. It is incredibly nerdy, but fun, and each year we have new individuals join us within the festivities, such as our spouses, older brother, and now niece. It’s a excellent way to invest an afternoon, and we all get to take home our creations at the end of the day.

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