How do you stay "Sane" during the Christmas Holidays?
Have fun with your answer....be creative
I try not to drive near the busy shopping centers. I also try to realize that not all the gifts I have in mind to purchase are going to get purchased.
That's funny. I just wrote a hub about this very topic.
For some reason, however, the link isn't working right.
Staying sane on Christmas - Drink spiked eggnog early in the morning and once your laughter wears off -drink some more - but, don't drink and drive so if Christmas is at someone ele's house, wait til you get there and then whip out your flask and start a CELEBRATION!!
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Are you READY for YOUR FAMILY during Thanksgiving & Christmas holidays? Why? Why not?Not talking about beloved husband, children & parents but OTHER family members........if you catch my drift! Oh, the DRAMA indeed!
by jay2jay 7 years ago
What is your way of enjoying the Christmas holidays?
by schoolgirlforreal 7 years ago
Mine was nice.Went to nice dinner w/ friendcame to my parents from 1:30-11:00pm still hanging outhaving drinks chattingSaw lots of familyBest gifts were $ and women stuff (hand lotions etc)OH and went to church also.Hope yours was fun
by Robert Clinton 5 years ago
What is you favorite thing to do during the Christmas season?I love Christmas and wanted to spark up a bit of nostalgia for myself and the community. Please share what your favorite activity during the holidays.
by Mary Wickison 4 years ago
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by shin_rocka04 5 years ago
What's your favorite alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink to sip during the holidays?I think peppermint tea or a chai latte spiked with a good whiskey or rum would be great for me. Or just sipping the tea and latte without the alcohol is perfectly fine. .
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