It’s beginning to look a lot like…

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Worcester Common facing City Hall and the new Worcester Common Oval. Established as a 20 acre common in 1699, the now four acre tract of land houses many monuments to soldiers and the former meeting house. Isiah Thomas performed the first public reading the Declaration of Independence here on July 14, 1776.
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Fog.  Foot prints hither and thither. Lights twinkle in glowing whites, blues, greens and reds.  An ice skating rink makes it’s debut.  City Hall’s clock tells time.

Sometimes, you need to look and observe.  The magic of a cold evening can be lost on too many words.  For this blog, I want you just to look.  Imagine. Remember. Dream.

Have a fantastic Monday, whatever that may entail.

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