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Stored lights and tied Christmas handiwork

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Around the tree trunks traditional gifts show stable work settled in in San Diego. The lights hung on the houses, once too few, keep the 2013 holiday occasion filled with lots of creative works.

By the time all the gifts wrapped by hand are untied, the days in the busy year will be close to the day work starts from scratch again. San Diegans made the opportunities this year count. Only a little time is left to enjoy the things locals made.

Choices to take the lights out of storage, and let the neighbors see the good Christmas character, put life in this year's holiday season. Dressed Santas and reindeer that flash on San Diego time revived the spirit of work.

San DIegans shared in the work making the memories on the Christmas trappings list longer than in recent years. The holiday occasion opening the gifts made well done pieces by creative work keeps hands full.

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