The Best Things About the Holidays

  1. Eating sugar cookie dough when your mum isn't looking
  2. Tromping through the woods to get a real tree, which will inevitably look rather Charlie Brown-ish once we get it home
  3. The big, juicy orange in the toe of your stocking
  4. Camping out on the living room floor with the cousins
  5. Sledding at the golf course
  6. Freshly extinguished candles
  7. Making lefse with the ladies of the family
Posted by Sarah Von


Vixel said...

1. Having a legitimate excuse to eat loads then relax all afternoon!
2. Champagne!
3. Fairy lights everywhere, not just in my room (I use them all year round).
4. Getting tipsy and singing Fairytale of New York at the top of my lungs!
5. Starbucks gingerbread lattes - Mmmm delicious corporate whore coffee!
6. A nice break from work!
7. Seeing my adorable nephew.
8. Getting to play with said adorable nephew's toys - I'm hoping someone thinks he's old enough to get him lego this year!

Jackie said...

1. Eating sugar cookie dough WITH my mom!
2. Christmas lights and snow
3. Finding a brand new tooth brush in my stocking (Yes, I'm seriously geeked by this!)
4. Holiday movies: Elf, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Frosty the Snowman, The Christmas Story, etc. <3

Chrissy said...

1. Watching the yule log burn on television. Seriously.
2. Sitting around with family and friends and drinking wine early in the afternoon.
3. Wrapping presents (because that means you're all done buying/making them).
4. Vacation, and time to finish all the half read books stacked up on my bedside table.

Anonymous said...

1. That I get a vacation from work - the whole office shuts down for a week!

2. The food that I only get once a year

3. Seeing my sister and cousins

Zay said...

1. Eating great foods!
2. Xmas lights - I love them and wished we kept them up all year round.
3. Watching holiday movies while wrapping presents.
4. Getting a long enough vacation from work.

SassyTwoSocks said...

1. My mom's/grandma's stuffing

2. Christmas music (not carols)

3. NOT having to travel on Christmas day

4. My mom's/grandma's stuffing... Wait! Did I already say that?

5. Wearing cozy sweaters and slippers

6. Trimming the tree

7. Being with family

Ms Constantine said...

1. Seeing my mum
2. Seeing all the family
3. Buying presents for everyone
4. 2 weeks off work
5. Sleep ins
6. Sales
7. Lots of shopping time
8. Trifle
9. Getting stuff :p

Scribbles said...

1. Bacon Sandwiches for Christmas breakfast - between stockings and under the tree presents.
2. Having a quiet, immediate-family-only Christmas Day followed by a big noisy Open House party on Boxing Day
3. Buying presents - I'm totally a giver rather than a receiver.
4. Writing Christmas cards, letting people know how much they mean to me at this time of year.
5. Fresh cherries - I love to graze on them :D

Rebecca said...

There is so much I love about Christmas/the holidays, but I am just going to list the foods:

01. Fruit mince pies
02. Fresh cherries
03. Candy canes
04. Turkey
05. Mazipan fruits
06. Christmas cake
07. Christmas pudding
08. Gingerbread anything, decorated beautifully
09. Chocolate marshmellow Santas
10. Limited edition chocolates (Lindt has gorgeous dark chocolate ones this year).

I'll stop at ten.

Bridey said...

1. Spending time with family
2. Having a real Christmas tree
3. Swimming
4. Giving presents (and getting presents is not so bad either...)
5. Eating chocolate for breakfast
6. Barbecues
7. Summer food (especially cherries and peas in the pod from my grandma's garden)

This year is my first winter Xmas which should be interesting!

Anonymous said...

1. Being with the family
2. Christmas movies/songs
3. Decorating everything
4. Break from school
5. The delicious food

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