CANDLELIGHT AT HANUKKAH PLUS CHRISTMAS TREE

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It’s Hanukkah. Finding the right candles for my Menorah has proved nearly impossible, so I simply light candles, murmur the prayer and that’s fine. There’s actually no law that says you have to use a specific type of candle holder. Any candles can do the job, celebrating brightness against the darkness.

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Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. Retired! Yay!

13 thoughts on “CANDLELIGHT AT HANUKKAH PLUS CHRISTMAS TREE”

    1. It’s gotten to be quite American, too. I don’t these days because of Duke. All he has to do it knock one over. It’s okay, as long as I’m watching, but until Duke calms down, we have to be really careful about fire.

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  1. Happy Hanukkah to you! And the votives look lovely. In the past, I was able to find the perfectly-sized candles for mini turkey candle holders I loved to display for Thanksgiving. I got them at at William Sonoma but I haven’t found them for the last three years. So maybe it is as hard to find candles for a Menorah now. Too bad. But again the votives are perfect.

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