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Winter Holiday Fireside Moments: Interview with Chris Cavender

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It’s that time of year when the chill in the frosty air brings us indoors to hunker down with thick comforters and mugs of steaming hot chocolate overflowing with fluffy marshmallows.  When holiday music and movies become the soundtrack to our everyday home lives. When we gather ‘round the fire for company, drink, food and love.  When we are celebrating and remembering those we treasure and hold near and dear.  When the real meaning of the season is family – by our DNA or by our heart.  When we reflect and give thanks for all we have. In a nutshell, unconditional love.

I’d like to welcome Chris Cavender to share the beauty of the season with us.

Favorite holiday tradition?

Putting up the tree with my daughter and putting the ornaments on while my wife watches.

Favorite childhood toy?

Had to be my Styrofoam astronaut helmet I got for Christmas one year, with jammies to match.

Favorite childhood game?

Four square with neighbors.

Snowball fight or making snow families?

Snow ball fight.

Sleigh rides, sledding or skiing?

Sledding.

Favorite holiday song?

Hahaha.  Santa Baby .

Favorite holiday movie?

While You Were Sleeping.

Favorite holiday story to read?

All of them!

Snow on holiday eve, day or just a chill in the air?

Snow, snow, snow.

Most memorable holiday memory?

As a kid sneaking out into the living room and watching snow fall past a streetlight outside at midnight all by myself.

Real tree or artificial? Green or white?

Green, artificial inside but real outside.

What do you do holiday eve?

Open one present only!

Thank you so much.

Happy Holidays from my house to yours!

The same and more to you!

Visit Chris Cavender’s website.

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