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Burning a Bayberry candle New Year's Day

I've got my Bayberry candle ready for New Year's Day. My mother, sister and I have burned them for years on New Year's Day. You have to light it and then let it burn itself completely out. Does anyone else burn one?

The saying goes (there are variations on this):

"A bayberry candle burned to the socket brings health to the home and wealth to the pocket."

Why is it, when I have a 50/50 guess at something, I'm always 100% wrong?

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