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Christmas was always a magical time at Grandma Pollys I can remember walking into the dinning room and seeing the beautiful holiday display on the table Grandma would have a red linen tablecloth with the most beautiful china The pattern on the dishes was a soft white with a black rose and leaves that were a softer shade of black with silver trim Every year after Christmas dinner and the presents were opened I would help Grandma clear the table and wash the china She would always tell the story on how the china was handed down to her from her mother and how special it was to her Grandma had two brothers and five sisters and she was a twin She had always admired the china and made comments to her mother but never thought that she would be the one to receive this set of china When Grandma was in her thirties she went to spend Christmas with her parents There was one gift in a huge box and she could not figure out what it could possibly be When she opened the box she could not believe her eyes the china Every Christmas since I was five years old I would tell my grandmother how beautiful the dishes were I would always get a laugh out of her and she would tell me the story again When I turned thirty Grandma stopped using the china for the Christmas dinners For six years she would have a large box under the tree for me I thought its the dishes but it never was Christmas of 2003 my daughters and I went as we do every year and there was no big box but several of all different sizes When I started opening presents there they were forty-eight pieces of the china set individually wrapped This Christmas will be the first year that I will be setting my table with this china and I
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