Citizens’ Sentiments


In what unique ways do you and your family celebrate the holiday season?

Debra Benifield (Elkin) “My husband is working all the time. The kids make it to the grandparents before we do.”


Pam Philips (Courtney) “It’s not unusual, but it’s special to us: we have all our old ornaments on the tree from our childhood. We started our daughter doing it in preschool. We’re going to start doing ugly Christmas sweaters.”


Le’Don Bedsaul (East Bend) “We have several stuffed critters that play all sorts of Christmas tunes. It is a family tradition to pass through a room and secretly turn on whatever noise making critter you pass without anyone knowing it was you.”


Judy Deck (Jonesville) “Ever since my son Stephen was born, we have baked Jesus a birthday cake for Christmas dinner, with candles and birthday party accessories, and sing Happy Birthday at dinner.”


Debra Benifield (Elkin) “My husband is working all the time. The kids make it to the grandparents before we do.”

Pam Philips (Courtney) “It’s not unusual, but it’s special to us: we have all our old ornaments on the tree from our childhood. We started our daughter doing it in preschool. We’re going to start doing ugly Christmas sweaters.”

Le’Don Bedsaul (East Bend) “We have several stuffed critters that play all sorts of Christmas tunes. It is a family tradition to pass through a room and secretly turn on whatever noise making critter you pass without anyone knowing it was you.”

Judy Deck (Jonesville) “Ever since my son Stephen was born, we have baked Jesus a birthday cake for Christmas dinner, with candles and birthday party accessories, and sing Happy Birthday at dinner.”

Debra Benifield (Elkin) “My husband is working all the time. The kids make it to the grandparents before we do.”
http://yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_OAfriday16-13-.jpgDebra Benifield (Elkin) “My husband is working all the time. The kids make it to the grandparents before we do.”

Pam Philips (Courtney) “It’s not unusual, but it’s special to us: we have all our old ornaments on the tree from our childhood. We started our daughter doing it in preschool. We’re going to start doing ugly Christmas sweaters.”
http://yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_OAfriday16-14-.jpgPam Philips (Courtney) “It’s not unusual, but it’s special to us: we have all our old ornaments on the tree from our childhood. We started our daughter doing it in preschool. We’re going to start doing ugly Christmas sweaters.”

Le’Don Bedsaul (East Bend) “We have several stuffed critters that play all sorts of Christmas tunes. It is a family tradition to pass through a room and secretly turn on whatever noise making critter you pass without anyone knowing it was you.”
http://yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_ledon.jpgLe’Don Bedsaul (East Bend) “We have several stuffed critters that play all sorts of Christmas tunes. It is a family tradition to pass through a room and secretly turn on whatever noise making critter you pass without anyone knowing it was you.”

Judy Deck (Jonesville) “Ever since my son Stephen was born, we have baked Jesus a birthday cake for Christmas dinner, with candles and birthday party accessories, and sing Happy Birthday at dinner.”
http://yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_judy.jpgJudy Deck (Jonesville) “Ever since my son Stephen was born, we have baked Jesus a birthday cake for Christmas dinner, with candles and birthday party accessories, and sing Happy Birthday at dinner.”
In what unique ways do you and your family celebrate the holiday season?
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