Thursday, December 14, 2017

My Top 10 Christmas Rules

Everyone has their favorite ways to enjoy
every day of the holiday month of December.
Here are my 10 essentials.

Top 10 Christmas Rules
1. Listen to Christmas music every day.
Tip: find that radio station in the car that
plays non-stop Christmas music all
day all month long.


2. Change all my mugs to Christmas mugs. Dishes too.

3. Wear all our Christmas jammies.
(we get them every year)
product photo

4. Wear Christmas sweaters.
The "ugly" ones are back in style!

or at least wear lots of red. Fun hats, scarves,
and gloves too, weather permitting.
Santa hats are fun after the 20th.

5. Watch all my favorite Christmas movies.
DVR dozens.


6. Bake our favorite Christmas cookie. Snowballs.


7. Cook our traditional Christmas Eve
 or Christmas Day dinner. French Canadian Tortiere


8. Make a new Christmas craft or decoration.
DIY sign


9. See the Christmas lights in your town.
10. Throw all my change into the Salvation
Army red kettle whenever I leave the store.
It adds up!
Your holiday shopping trip to most retail stores would not be complete without the familiar “ding, ding, ding” of a Salvation Army volunteer ringing a bell and collecting money in a hanging “Red Kettle”.
Immerse yourself in JOY!


Cheers!


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9 comments:

  1. Sounds like a wonderful way to celebrate such a special time! Happy Holidays!

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  2. Are those Longaberger mugs! I have 1!

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  3. Great rules. This could be my list also.

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  4. These are really wonderful stuff. I could have this list this year Christmas.

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