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Thursday, September 16, 2021

Cracker Barrel | Christmas Decorations 2021

Not Sponsored: Hey Everybody! I evacuated from Hurricane Ida several weeks ago. It started off as a tropical depression and when I looked up it was forecast to be a Category 4, possible 5 hurricane. So having been through Hurricane Katrina (and many other hurricanes), I evacuated to Meridian, Mississippi. I've passed through Meridian driving to Cincinnati, Ohio but I've never stayed there. Very nice city and the people are really friendly. Well, there was a Cracker Barrel Restaurant nearby. I wanted a good breakfast so I decided to drop in. When I opened the door, I thought I had won a Willy Wonka Golden Ticket ... OH THE MARVELOUS SURPRISES that greeted my eyes. If you're a foodie lover like me, hold on! You will love their ornaments!!! There were chocolate chip cookies, Twinkies, Hostess cupcakes, Charms Blow Pops, ICEE's, SLUSHIES, Tootsie Rolls and Tootsie Roll Pops. I really thought I was going to lose it. Everything was so tempting. Scattered throughout the store were theme decorated trees. I wanted all the nutcrackers and gingerbread men on display. There were cute frosted Christmas themed houses. If you decorate using a blue & pink theme, there are cute gumdrop trees, snowmen, mugs and even a cute pink jukebox you can add to your collection. Its happiness for the eyes. It offered a pleasure relief from the worries of the hurricane. I picked up a couple of ornaments to add to my trees at home. As always, I had a wonderful breakfast at Cracker Barrel. A lot of what you see below can be found on their website, if you can't make it to a store. Some are only offered in store. It's September, and these decorations are already out. So don't let grass grow under your feet if you want them. Their Halloween stuff is almost gone. Just thought I would share. Below are some more places I visited in Meridian, Mississippi.

Logans Roadhouse | Cracker Barrel | Zac's Catfish & Chicken | Weidmann's Restaurant Since 1870

Evacuation Guide And Checklist

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