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Hello, fabulouses, and welcome back to the blog!

I have moved around a lot since junior high, and one thing my family and I have always made sure we do is go home for the holidays–home as in Mississippi.ย 

The older I get, the shorter my Christmas wishlist becomes. After moving about ten hours away from family, I found myself begging for a Christmas at home–where my heart is…in Mississippi. Thankfully, Santa has been pretty on point with making sure I get to see family for the holidays *wink*

So, in celebration of the joyous holiday, I went through picture boxes with my mom this afternoon looking for pictures from Christmases past. Now, while I scurry off to bake some holiday cookies, y’all take a look at some fun throwback pictures from my Christmases at home. Ah…I kind of miss those days….

Is it safe to say to say that I have always had a thing for rock n' roll? *wink*

Is it safe to say to say that I have always had a thing for rock n’ roll? *wink*

My Paw Riley and I opening a Christmas present!

My Paw Riley and I opening a Christmas present!

The only cat I ever truly loved--Gracie!

The only cat I ever truly loved–Gracie!

We had a real Christmas tree once...once (we have allergies *wink*). We adorned it with vanilla-ring cookies!

We had a real Christmas tree once…once (we found out we have allergies *wink*). We adorned it with butter cookies–yes, edible ornaments!

One of the few photos I have with my late Paw Hathorn. I am not going to lie, I teared up a little bit when I stumbled upon this picture in my mom's photo boxes.

One of the few photos I have with my late Paw Hathorn. I am not going to lie, I teared up a little bit when I stumbled upon this picture in my mom’s photo boxes. Miss him so much!

Current mood: #SoSleepy *wink*

Current mood: #SoSleepy *wink*

My dad and I Christmas shopping a few years ago.

My dad and I Christmas shopping a few years ago.

Paw Riley and his elf *wink*

Paw Riley and his elf *wink*

Stay Fabulous,

Abby Hathorn

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