I don’t really like all the countdown type of things various… well mostly television channels do at Christmas time. In my opinion, no matter what particular carols or ABC Family will tell you there aren’t “days” of Christmas. There’s Christmas. There’s Christmas Eve. If you want to get super technical (and/or you live in Britain and/or Canada) there’s Boxing Day. That’s about it. This whole 12, 15, 25 Days of Christmas thing bugs me.
Don’t get me wrong I like to put up our tree as soon as possible. If Steve would let me it would go up the day after Thanksgiving. He doesn’t though so I usually have to wait until the first weekend in December. If I further had my way it would stay up until February. I don’t get my way then either, though, and so it gets taken down shortly after New Years. Apparently it’s “more special” this way. I don’t think he understands – the Christmas tree is awesome and length of display does not dispel from said awesomeness. Duh.
Anyway… I like our decorations and I have a tendency to take pictures of them.
It has also come to my attention recently that I don’t really have much to “say” exactly, but I do seem to ramble a lot. And some people find that entertaining. And by “some people” I mean “mostly me.”
And finally, I recently came upon the need to – metaphorically – say “suck it – I like my pictures” to particular people. Which… I can’t really talk more about to the whole internet, because I’m not a moron.
But it made me think of something that, historically, Kris Kristofferson is known for saying; more personally, my dad is known to quote; and more recently, The Bloggess made into a card in her shop (Don't let the bastards get you down) – which is making me giggle. A lot. I especially like the Winnie the Pooh-esque balloons. Very festive.
Anyhoodle – I’m thinking that for every day between now and Christmas (which, incidentally, is 12 days so I guess that makes this a partridge in a pear tree) I’m going to post a picture of one of our decorations and something – possibly about that decoration or possibly just me rambling about how I don’t like ABC Family very much.
Just don’t call it a countdown. I don’t like that.