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Dec 13 2015

Regency Traditions Video: Mistletoe and Kissing Bough

A full month of posts to celebrate the Christmastide season. Stories, traditions, recipes, videos, games and a giveaway to fill your Yuletide with Regency Era fun. Click here for a list of all the previous posts.

Now through the end of the month, I’ll be giving away e-book copies of all my books and short stories, including the Castles, Customs and Kings 1 and 2 anthologies. Comment on each day’s post to be entered into the giveaway.

 

Christmas Traditions in Georgian Times: Mistletoe and Kissing Bough

 

 

 


Read Miss Darcy and the Kissing Ball here

Read more about holiday decorating here and here.

 

 


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  1. Lisa H

    I plan to share this with my daughter. I also just realized I have made some posts as Lisa H and some as Lisa Heiserman. Must be the bipolar showing.

  2. bn100

    fun traditions

  3. Eva Edmonds

    Great video! I loved the phrase: “floral viagra”. The mistletoe and kissing bough was beautiful.

  4. Sheila L. M.

    Yes, that phrase stood out for me also. We used to hang just the sprigs of mistletoe not those big balls of evergreens, holly and candles. And we never picked the berries. So the kissing could go on as long as we had the greenery hung.

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