favorite things: December edition

Here’s more of my favorite things!
Y’all wanna play along?

What is your:

favorite holiday
C H R I S T M A S!!

favorite non-traditional way to celebrate the holidays
Christmas Eve at Church of the Motion Picture
YBW and I love to go out for drinks

then to the movies on Christmas Eve

favorite holiday outing
visiting the creche exhibit at the cathedral

favorite sign of the season
Christmas trees on cars

favorite Christmas song
Brian Setzer Orchestra’s Santa Claus is Back in Town
*hangs up fishnet stockings*

favorite Christmas hymn
O Holy Night
When I was a little girl, I thought ‘fall on your knees’ was ‘aww yawn ya ynee’ and that was how I sang it for years.

favorite holiday tradition
new jammies and a book opened Christmas Eve

favorite item on your holiday to-do list
wrapping pressies!

favorite Christmas movie
Miracle on 34th Street

(the original with Maureen O’Hara and Natalie Wood)

favorite holiday baked goods
crispy gingerbread men

What are your holiday faves?

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6 thoughts on “favorite things: December edition

  1. ok- Christmas!! Yes!!! Hmmm…I think I’m pretty traditional but if I think of something I will tell you. Holiday outing is seeing the Baroque Tree that the Metropolitan Museum of Art usually puts up at Christmas. Sign of the season are all the lights that get put put at holidays. “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” Bruce version. Holiday tradition- watching A Christmas Carol (I think it’s the 1951 version) on Christmas Eve. Holiday to do- stocking stuffers- love that! Movie- 1951 cersion of A Christmas Carol, followed by It’s a Wonderful Life. Soft gingerbread cookies, gingerbread cake with caramel sauce and whipped cream

  2. Nice post and I loved the pics. I’m retired now so every day is a holiday 🙃 😁

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