Posted by: notsofancynancy | December 21, 2012

Christmas in1940’s style

Awesome post from Pacificparatrooper! It fit so well with my Dad’s letters!

Pacific Paratrooper

thumbnail2A very Merry Christmas to all in WWII era style. My best wishes and thanks to those of you who happen to pass this way.

To the Military: My prayers and thanks go to you for your service and we all hope to see you soon.

To those who do not celebrate this holiday: I wish you the good blessing and heartfelt emotions that are symbolized in the season.

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  1. Thank you, I’m honored that you feel this way. Have a terrific Christmas!

  2. Lovely.

  3. I see these a lot in the antique places up here.

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Nancy

    I have a star for you and your blog over here


    • Thank you so much! I am honored!

      • I am honored to have met you

      • Awe, thanks Eunice you brought a tear to my eye! God Bless!

      • Bless you too
        Merry Christmas Honey


  4. It’s my favourite era ever. The music, the clothes, the cars. I love it all…maybe I was there, Buddhist might think so.

    • The more I learn about it the more I love it! Oh and I believe!

  5. I like it! Merry Christmas and blessings for the New Year!

  6. Thanks for sharing. The cards are great.

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