I was tagged by the lovely Jenni over at Chilling With Lucas to answer some Christmas related questions for 'The Christmas Tag', so here we go...
Oh I love all Christmas films. See what I did there? Anyway it has to be Miracle on 34th Street or It's a Wonderful World.
Yes especially when I was young. I grew up in Hertfordshire, and snow is much more frequent there than here in wet, warm Cardiff. In fact according to the Met Office there wasn't a white Christmas in Cardiff between 1960 and 1990!
We spend it at home. Both our families live in Hertfordshire and so it would mean travelling and staying over. I was a nurse for 34 years so had to work shifts over the holidays so that ruled out staying away.
Easy, Fairytale of New York by Kirsty Macoll and the Pogues
No! Absolutely No! How can you? Father Christmas doesn't deliver until Christmas Day xx
Haha! No! Rudolf, Donner, Blitzen, Prancer.......
Family Christmas is delayed until Boxing Day this year for all the right reasons. Our children are all grown up, have their own families and homes and so we are gathering on Boxing day. I look forward to the meal, as it's the best meal ever, the silly jokes in the crackers and lots of silly party games. Also it will be the first year that Bear really understands Christmas. I can't wait to see his face opening his presents.
Indoor fake, outside real.
Without a doubt Christmas Lunch.
Giving, definitely. Receiving presents is great too but is best when you are a child. The joy of Christmas morning and opening the presents and seeing what you have is never the same in adulthood, now I get pleasure in seeing others open theirs. Don't get me wrong, I love presents too!
Everything my children have ever given me, I know that sounds cheesy but it's true. Whether it's a handmade gift or something more expensive it is always chosen just for me and always something I love.
I love being at home but if I did have it somewhere else then somewhere sunny and hot and totally waited on hand and foot.
Nah, just wrap it up, stick a bow, a label and some twirly ribbon on and hey presto! Present. I
lazily traditionally wrap all the presents Christmas Eve after a glass or two of something alcoholic, they are lucky that it's wrapped at all.
Going back many years ago my Nan not understanding that a vegetarian doesn't eat turkey even if it is Christmas. Bless her.
I do not remember. Probably older children telling me, somewhere in the back of my mind I remember being told at school but not sure if I already knew.
Having an excuse to all get together, eat too much, drink too much, laugh too much and just have fun.
Hope you enjoyed The Christmas Tag!
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