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Continue the tradition like with my aunt where you decorate a tree in the woods for the animals. Peanut butter pinecones, bread ornaments, popcorn strings, etc. Winter Snow, Christmas Time, Silent Night, Christmas Snow, Lights Trees, Winter Wonderland, Snow Scene, Peanut Butter, Christmas Trees
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"The tree in the kitchen is edible, a tradition my mother kept when I was growing up. It's decorated with cookies, ribbon candy, gumdrops, and other old-fashioned candies that people can eat right off the tree. The strings of popcorn and cranberries go outside for the birds and squirrels when we're done. I love a big, glitzy tree, but the little ones really capture my heart every year."
"Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful." -Norman Vincent Peale
Gesture: Looking in on the aspired to, dreamt of, Christmas At Home. From outside. In the snow. (YJ, is this right? Does this feel like a good emotional guide for how we want the audience to feel when they look at the stage space?)