What’s your fa­vorite Christ­mas me­mory?

The Covington News - - FRONT PAGE - An­swers gath­ered from com­ments on The Cov­ing­ton News Face­book page.

TAMMY SMITH:

“My mom cook­ing for ev­ery­one in our fam­ily on Christ­mas Eve and my Aunt Shirley when she brought sausage balls. I so miss those days.”

ROSE­MARY HAR­RIS:

“Read­ing the birth of Christ to my chil­dren on Christ­mas Eve, then hav­ing our home­made hot tamales and chili. YUM!!!!!”

TERRY R ZIEMER:

“Laugh­ing with the fam­ily as we shared funny things we had done through the years.”

ED WHITE:

“When I was a lit­tle boy, my Dad had th­ese big speak­ers from work that he placed on the front porch and would play Christ­mas carols. Peo­ple from all over just loved this, my brothers and I did too.”

TRACY MOORE:

“The Christ­mas Eve ser­vice at church in my home­town. I would go to the mid­night ser­vice with my dad when I was a lit­tle girl. I felt that ev­ery year, we were really wel­com­ing the Christ child. It was such a sweet and mov­ing ser­vice and set the course of my life.”

LES­LIE MOSS:

“When I was in fourth grade, I got chicken pox at Christ­mas. One day, there was a knock on the door and all of a sud­den Santa (a friend of ours) was stand­ing in our liv­ing room. It made my day. I will al­ways re­mem­ber him for mak­ing a sick lit­tle girl feel bet­ter. RIP Ricky Stapp.”

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