Sam Ross Henderson

  1964 -
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Philadelphia, PA

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"December 7 - Holiday Parties" 


Date Range: 1964 To 01/20/2009   Comments: 2   Views: 12,857
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December 7 - Holiday Parties

Did your family throw a holiday party each year? Do you remember attending any holiday parties? Tell us in the comments below or write your own Story or blog post about this!





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Member Since
Aug 2007
Archibald Sharron said:
posted on Dec 07, 2009
My wife

My wife Enin would throw wonderful holiday parties. Wonderful because all I'd have to do is make sure the outside was "presentable" and run a few errands like picking up ice or napkins. The food was great (she was a great cook), the friends were nice to have around. Much of it's all gone now and I didn't realize how much I enjoyed them until they were gone.

With regards,
Archibald Sharron

Member Since
Aug 2007
Brian Childers said:
posted on Dec 08, 2009
My parents did

Well my mom did anyway. Half the time my dad was off by himself. No one thought anything of it after a while. They'd just shrug. Was probably more fun without him anyway. He had this weird way of looking at people that made them uncomfortable.