Christmas for One please

5 thoughts on “Christmas for One please”

  1. Sorry to be the Scrouge, but I want my Christmas to be the same thing I’ve wanted it to be for a long time: Gone. Over and done with.

    Mind you, the one other holiday that I’ve always avoided turned itself around for me last year. So you never know.

  2. hear hear! Christmas is always so much fun — although I think it’s even more fun when you have really young kids involved. I’m really looking forward to watching Carol Ann open her presents.

    Actually, her birthday is Saturday, so we get a test run as to how Christmas’ll go, too. Conveniently, she’s too young to go completely crazy over anything until we tell her to, so I’m not going to be rudely awoken at 6am by an annoying child. No, instead I’ll be rudely awoken at 8am by annoying parents… 🙂 But that’s okay, Christmas is worth getting up early.

    The only downside is that I also have to go visit my Dad’s family sometime during the day. Meh. What a pain.

  3. Even single, I find the Christmas season very rewarding. I love the get-togethers, even when I am solo, and although I did grumble at the beginning of the season about going alone to events, I’m now really getting into the spirit of things.

    I find it refreshing to be single during this time of year, actually! How else could I flirt incessantly with all the single men at the parties, and still have room in my budget to spoil my family?

    I don’t always want to be single — This is my second Christmas sans sig other, but I’ve decided to enjoy it while it lasts. It’s all good!

  4. I am beginning to love Christmas, too. My future husband’s family sounds a lot like yours. Good presents, good food and drink, good fun. Mine, on the other hand, is a disaster. The only sad thing about Christmas, for me, is that every second year we have to spend it with MY relations. This year is one of those years. *sigh*

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