It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

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  1. FriendofSpurgeon

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    Christmas is around the corner -- just a little more than a month away. What Christmas traditions do you have and are willing to share?
     
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    I have absolutely no Christmas traditions.
     
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    My husband and I watch Christmas Vacation while decorating the tree. We also watch Christmas story, when we have time, while it's running 24 hours Christmas eve and day.
    Now thats we're empty nesters, who knows what traditions we'll be sticking with and what new ones we'll start.
     
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    Charlie Brown Christmas is a must!!!!!!!
     
  5. FriendofSpurgeon

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    I love the Christmas Story. It's usually on tv all day long on Christmas. When decorating the trees, I prefer to listen to Christmas carols.
     
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    I listen to the Hallelujah Chorus as played by Mannheim Steamroller, over and over again, while driving to and from work. I LOVE IT! (I do also listen to their version of Silent Night, usually closer to Christmas. I love the "kid's piano" at the end).

    I also love the extended family tradition of reading the biblical accounts of the first Christmas as found in Matthew and Luke. This is always done before the opening of any gifts, with the intent that the children learn about Jesus, rather than Santa.

    Bill :godisgood:
     

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