Happy longest night of the year!

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Every winter Solstice we celebrate by not turning our lights on and conducting our evening by candlelight.  This year we added sparklers!  I love this opportunity to honor the dark, celebrate the light and take things down a few (million) notches between the end of school and Christmas chaos.
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Beckett’s first sparkler ever!
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After dinner and sparklers we cuddled up to watch a movie in the dark.  Cozy!
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The night ended with pouring rain, because nothing says dead of winter in Colorado like rain…..  The raindrops were like jewels caught in the Christmas lights.
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Happy Solstice!  The light is coming!

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