Old school blogging is back, y’all! This month we have the holiday edition. FUN!
First things first: 1 Holy Night or 8 Crazy Ones? (Do you Celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, both?)
One holy night (Christmas), but it tends to feel like 25 crazy days filled with parties and celebrations galore.
Peppermint or Chocolate?
Both. I love, love, love peppermint and I love chocolate. If I had to choose just one, I might just choose the peppermint! But both together are OHsoyum!
Sing us into the Holiday Season, what is your favorite Carol this time of year?
Oh Holy Night. Love.
Tell us about a Favorite Family or Personal Holiday Tradition. My grandparents’ anniversary was Christmas Eve, so traditionally after church (or just before), we’d go to their house for lasagna. There was one Christmas Eve that my grandma didn’t want the company and thought it would be easier to send pans of lasagna to each house (her kids’ homes.) That was an odd Christmas Eve!
C’mon you remember your favorite (Christmas, Hanukkah) gift, tell us all about it: I can’t remember a favorite gift, but going through some photos, this might have been one of the most memorable gifts – the year my grandma gave us all Snuggies. Classic.
Kissing under the mistletoe? Who do you hope is standing underneath (We know it’s normally your spouse, if it did not have to be, who would you choose?) First it would be my husband, Kenny. Someone else? Ummm….Oh I saw an interview with Bradley Cooper today and he’s on the cover of GQ magazine. I could tolerate him under the mistletoe.
Swans a swimming, lords a leaping, golden rings; which gift of the 12 days of Christmas would you like most? Three French hens. I think my toddler would get a kick out of hens hanging around in our back yard.
Play Secret Santa, what inappropriate gift would you love to give this year? Could I actually give coal? Because a few people I know deserve just that.
Martha Stewart or the Grinch? What is your decorating style? (Pictures would be awesome!)
I could never live up to Martha’s standards. We have many of my painted ceramic pieces around the house, but not nearly as many as I’ve painted over the years (I just can’t bear to see them broken if the toddler decided that he needed to throw it.)
If Santa could assure its delivery, what’s the first thing on your holiday wish LIST? I wish every person had a family to spend Christmas with. Even if it wasn’t their own family, I wish people didn’t have to spend the holiday(s) alone.
Aside from that, I would love for Santa to wrap things up with the benefits center of my former employer. Four months later, and I’m sick of having to deal with them.