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Seasons Greetings



Wishing you all, all the very best for the coming year... and indeed all the years ahead!



P.S. That's our very first christmas tree... one Samhith and I decorated with much enthusiasm!

And this is Samhith's own work... with some of the ornaments we bought...... its a snowflake, in case some of you couldn't recognize it :D


P.P.S: And this is how the tree looked once it was all set up and ready... with the gifts under it, of course!!!!! 





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  1. Season's Greetings and Happy New Year

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  2. Merry Christmas to you and your family Anu.

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  3. Fantastic decorations. Merry Christmas to you and your family, Anu.

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  4. Pretty decoration of the Christmas Tree. Merry Christmas to you and your family Anu:)

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  5. It looks like a full grown fir! Lovely decorations and no guesses for what the gifts are :D

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  6. Wish you too a very happy new year Anu..! 

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  7. Nicely done xmas tree. Happy 2012 to you and your family.

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  8. Beautiful.
    Wish you Happy and Prosperous New Year.

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  9. Wishing you, your hubby and Samhit a very very happy New Year.

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  10. Thanks Pradeepa! Wish you a very happy new year!

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  11. Thanks Zephyr! guess I am predictable that way :)

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  12. Thanks a lot, Sridharan!!! wish you a great year ahead!

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  13. Thanks Chitra! wish you too a great year ahead!

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  14. Thanks Rajesh! wish you a great travel filled year ahead!

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  15. Thanks so much, PNS!! Wish you and your family too a great year ahead!!

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