Tuesday, December 25, 2012
A holiday wish from Medfield Patch...
Medfield Patch wishes you a very merry Christmas. Have a wonderful holiday and, remember, we'd love to see all your photos -- Christmas Eve gathering, Christmas morning gift-opening, Christmas dinner -- just upload them when there is a break in the festivities. Merry Christmas one and all!
Sunday, December 25, 2011
Scenes around Medfield's schools this past Friday as students and faculty celebrated the holiday season.
There was a festive feel around the Medfield schools friday as students and faculty celebrated the holiday season on the last day of classes before vacation. From pajama day at Wheelock, to ballroom dancing at Medfield High School, everyone was in happy spirits and a party mood.
The following photo gallery provides snowy scenes of Medfield from last winter for those dreaming of a white Christmas today.
Where's the snow? For some of us, Christmas doesn't feel quite the same without the white stuff on the ground. So if you are wishing for a white Christmas, Medfield Patch is here to help! View the photo gallery above for some snowy scenes of Medfield from last winter. Enjoy and Merry Christmas to all our readers celebrating today!
Medfield Patch contributor, Colleen Sullivan recalls Christmases of past.
Dec. 24, 2011 Saturday is Christmas Eve and the excitement of the holiday is all around. As I get older, I find that I think back on Christmas Eve’s of the past with a sweet memory. The childlike wonder, the hopes and dreams of Santa and the overall mystery of Christmas is what I recall most. But this year, I think about my Christmases of the past in a different way. Six weeks ago Friday, I attended my uncle’s funeral. My Uncle Norman was my Mom’s younger brother. He was the youngest in his family of four children, and lived to be the last. He celebrated his 82nd birthday in October and he enjoyed living life. Sunday, as I celebrate Christmas with my family, I know I will enjoy being with them, but I also know that Christmas will bring to …
Friday, December 23, 2011
Some folks say Merry Christmas while some say Happy Holidays ... which greeting do you prefer at this time of the year?
Americans prefer the traditional “Merry Christmas” greeting to the non-specific “Happy Holidays” by a wide margin, according to a Knights of Columbus-Marist Poll. Nearly two-thirds of adults nationally – 64 percent – think people should say, “Merry Christmas,” while less than one-third – 31 percent – believe the appropriate greeting is “Happy Holidays.” Four percent are unsure. So Medfield, we want to know ... Today's question: Which greeting do you prefer? Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays? Vote in today's poll and feel free to elaborate in the comments section below.