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I begin by making lists in August so I can have all of my shopping done before Thanksgiving.
I plan time between Thanksgiving and Christmas to do most of my shopping.
I play it by ear.
Holy crap! It’s the holiday season again???
It’s a freaking winter wonderland.
Lots of lights, but we’re not going full Santa’s workshop this year.
Festival of Lights? More like Festival of Chafing Dishes!
There may be a tasteful wreath on the front door. If we get around to it.
On my HD, LED, Wi-Fi-enabled personal jumbo-tron with surround-sound.
I’ll be downloading the classics from iTunes on my laptop.
I’ll be streaming my favorites on Netflix from my cell phone.
You can watch TV on a phone?
Open gifts? Oh no, I prefer to give than receive.
How about now? Does now work for you?
I’m patient. Let me know when everyone else is opening presents.
I already know what everyone got me, and I’ve been using most of my gifts for the past week.
"Sleep In Heavenly Peace”
Last Christmas I gave you my heart/The very next day you gave it away”
"Put on your yarmulke/Here comes Chanukah”
"You can say there’s no such thing as Santa/As for me and Grandpa, we believe”
To be healthy and generally happy professionally and personally.
To be surrounded by friends, family and neighbors.
That my friends, family and neighbors actually bought my excuse for not showing up.
That the holidays don’t come back around for another 11 months.
A quiet, sit-down dinner with the extended family.
Taking time to volunteer at a local shelter together.
The giving of gifts.
Grandma’s re-telling of that time she got lost for two days in the Wal-Mart.
Dude, it’s cake. Eat it!
Slather that thing with latkes, apple sauce and sour cream, and I’m in.
Why can’t we just re-gift it again?
Wait, let me get my tool kit and a gallon of paint! I have an idea...
Peace on earth, goodwill to all.
The season is the reason.
Ugh. I shouldn’t have eaten that last piece of fruitcake...
Get a job, hippie.
Putting the angel on the tree when I was in kindergarten.
Playing dreidel with my Zaydeh when I was in grade school.
Waking up and finding a bike under the tree when I was in junior high.
I opened a holiday card from BPD that sent me to this quiz about ten minutes ago.
Here's an interesting quiz for you.