December 09, 2013

Holly Jolly Holiday Tag: Second Edition

This is the 2nd part of the widely popular Holly Jolly Holiday Tag on YouTube and blogs. I tag everyone who reads this to do it! If you don't have a YouTube channel, or a blog, you can simply reply to this in the comments below with your answers!

1. Do you start your Christmas shopping on Black Friday or wait until the last minute?
- I really don't get into the whole Black Friday thing. I tend to shop anytime in the months leading up to Christmas. I may browse online and check out deals, but that's about it.

2. If you could be in any Christmas movie what would it be?
- National Lampoons Christmas Vacation. That movie cracks me up and is a must see during the holiday season.

3. Which do you like better: Christmas Eve or Christmas Day?
- I like both, but probably Christmas Day. I enjoy seeing my family.

4. When does your family put up your Christmas tree and who decorates it? 
- Its a tradition to put it up on Thanksgiving. We all take turns decorating it.

5. White lights or colored lights?
- My favorite is white lights. Classic and timeless.

6. Are you guilty of peeking at your presents or do you like the surprise?
- I like the surprise of it, so I'm good and I wait.

7. Would you rather live in a gingerbread house or in Santa's Workshop?
- Santa's workshop. If I lived in a gingerbread house I would soon be homeless because I'd eat the entire place! 

8. Tell us your Christmas Eve traditions!
- Have a few snacks, and watch Christmas movies.

9. If you could be under the mistletoe with anyone who would it be?
- Hmmm, probably Brad Paisley.

10. What tops your tree?
- Nothing. 

11. Can you name the 12 days of Christmas?
- Partridge in a pear tree,  2 turtle doves, 3 french hens, 4 calling birds, 5 gold rings... and thats as far as I remember!

12. Have you ever gone Christmas caroling?
- No way, I'd be too embarrassed!

13. Do you countdown to Christmas? If so, how many days are left?
- Not really. But there is 16 days left.

14. What are some foods and treats you can count on having every holiday season?
- My great grandmother makes her famous watergate salad. If you don't know what that is, google it. It is so easy to make, and tastes sooo good! I also enjoy my step-mothers peanut butter balls.

15. How has Christmas kept its magic for you as you've grown older?
- Just being with family, that keeps the magic of the holiday going.

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