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Our modern English word Noel comes from the Middle English nowel, which Webster's 1828 Dictionary defined as “a shout of joy or Christmas song.” The roots of the word are the French noel (“Christmas season”), which may come from the Old French nael. This, in turn, is derived from the Latin natalis, meaning “birth.” Love this pretty tree from my Grapevine trip to remind us of the Reason for the Season!
3 Good Things:
1. Respiratory Therapists
2. My new Pentatonix CD from my sis
3. My great nephew's birth today 7 years ago.
Nice shot. We were just there last night with photo club buddies.
December 11th, 2015  
I'm glad you like your CD! I've been playing it for the kids at school. They like it too!!!
December 12th, 2015  
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