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I guess I'm a traditional person. When it comes time to decorate my Christmas tree, I make sure I have gingersnaps and hot cider on hand, festive holiday tunes playing and lots of red and gold decorations to offset the various ornaments that I've collected, been given as gifts or made as a child. There are large silk bows that are red and gilded with gold embroidery and fragile gold and red blown glass balls ... usually set higher on the tree just in case our cat decides she wants to disobey our orders to leave the tree alone!