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Love, Love, Love!

It might not be a “traditional” Christmas ornament … but it certainly shares the spirit of Christmas 2019.

From Thomas Glenn Holidays
TG207C, 4″ square, fully glittered
$60.99

Available to ship for Christmas … for the one YOU love!

https://www.celebrate365.com/product/TG207C.html

It’s time to … DECORATE!

Four Ball Ornaments from Thomas Glenn Holidays for Sale from Celebrate365.comThis year there are only a very short three weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Santa has his work cut out for him … and so do you!

We are here to help!

We have lots of new designs for 2019. Not only will they dazzle your guest on your tree but they make wonderful gifts as well!  Each ornament is individually painted and glittered in Europe by experienced Polish artisans.

What are you waiting for? We ship everyday except Sunday. Do you have special needs? Just let us know!

Ornament Quick Links:

TG515R, Scallops in Red & White  4″ ball, $42
TG1944, Nordic,  4″ ball, $46
TG1909, Patchwork, 4″ ball, $46
TG1514, Lost in Space, 4″ ball, $45

Getting Ready for Halloween!

Check out some of the fun Halloween styles from Thomas Glenn Holidays and others at Celebrate365.com. What’s not to love?  It’s almost that time!

Thomas Glenn “Black Cat” 4″ ball ornament, fully glittered. This and lots more fun designs at Celebrate365.com!

Away for Vacation …

Antiqwe Week in New Hampshire
Antiques in New Hampshire

I’ll be away from the online store from Aug 3-11. We are flying to Antique Week in New Hampshire. We used to go every year but it’s been 15 years. So, week are going to Manchester for a fun-filled week of antique shows, shops, and museums.

Since I’m a “one woman” shop, I will not be able to fill and ship orders until Aug 12. Feel free to shop online while I’m away and follow our adventures on Facebook / Connie Mitchell Porcher

Wapakoneta’s Hometown Hero

2019 marks the 50th Anniversary of the first footsteps onto the moon. This year has special meaning to the citizens of Wapakoneta, Ohio as the man who took those steps, Neil Alden Armstrong, called that community his hometown.

He experienced his first airplane ride at the age of six and began taking flying lessons at fourteen. By age sixteen, he had earned his pilot’s license.

Neil Armstrong’s First Step

As a recent high school graduate, I will always remember watching that “first step” on a black and white TV in the restaurant where I worked before beginning college.  Then four years later, now a college graduate, I accepted my first teaching position at Wapakoneta City Schools.  The Armstrong aura and legend were still fresh memories in the small Auglaize County seat.

Armstrong continues as a Wapakoneta local legend. When a 90-year-old retired elementary teacher passed away this winter, one of her former students remembered: “I never forgot her story that Neil Armstrong was her prom date. However, he only had his pilot license so his father had to drive them to the dance.”

Heroes are human too.

Hometown Hero, White De Carlini Ornaments, Italy
Hometown Hero, Silver
De Carlini Ornaments, Italy

For additional information about how Wapakoneta and the Armstrong Museum plan to honor their “Hometown Hero”, visit these sites:

First On the Moon Calendar of Events:
https://www.firstonthemoon.org/calendar

Armstrong Museum, Wapakonta Ohio

First Moon Landing Stamps

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