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jals

ha! And to top my day off, Hubby is picking up some Subway sandwiches on his way home so I don't have to cook tonight. :-)

JayneH

Yeaaaa!! Cookie lady Judy!!!

jals

I would hope so! All this talk of elves and cookies made me remember I had frozen some chocolate chip dough. Took it out and baked them and they were such a delicious part of my day. Take that Covid!

jerrys

@jals There's gotta be a kitchen in there somewhere!

jals

What??? This is not the Keebler Tree?
I am downcast and disheartened...

JayneH

Thanks, jerry, for sharing the results of your curiosity! I didn't take the time to research further - until your comment. Thank you!! Wikipedia provided a much better picture:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Edward's_Church,_Stow-on-the-Wold#/media/File:Stow-on-The-Wold,_St_Edward's_Parish_Church_-_geograph.org.uk_-_1115282.jpg

jals

You will never believe where those magic cookies come from, they're baked by elves in the hollow tree.

jerrys

@JayneH Google says this is the door of St. Edward's Church in Stow-on-the-Wold. This is believed to have inspired Tolkien. Photos of the interior are simplistic by comparison to the door.

Nicepeach2

What an interesting photo. Thanks. Mary