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Asked by me on behalf of Seeker7 as his thread is gloomy http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/87141
I thought of just moving away from sorrows for a while and seeing the bright side of things
As far as I am concerned, Christmas is c__p.
I "celebrate" it with my adult daughters because I think that is what they want. It would be highly amusing if both of them secretly would also prefer ignoring this most tedious and commercially overrun occasion.
Hmmm I take it as a time of family get together. I know its really tiring but its worth it.
Everyone in my family thinks I am Scrooge, Jr. Retailers start much too early with all this Christmas stuff. I get SO tired of hearing the same old music over and over: drives me nuts! I'd be happier if retailers would just wait until Halloween is over before ramming their wares down my throat. I agree with you WriteAngled!
Haha That's sad to hear
Here in India no chrismas carols till I play them myself just on Christmas day the shops play them so its cool
Living in a country with no Xmas carols in shops would be bliss to me.
As for family celebrations, my daughters and I had a fantastic time when we travelled abroad on a long weekend together instead of buying each other birthday presents. That was far more fun and rewarding than any Xmas.
One of the nicest Christmases I can remember was when my grown daughters (3 of them) and I went on a cruise. It was beautiful. The ship was decorated, and I didn't have to do anything! No cooking, no cleaning, no decorating.......Wish I could do that again this year, but I can't.
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