[bct] Re: Holiday Questions

  • From: "Maria" <malyn87@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2005 21:21:14 -0500

Hello there, Joni,
I agree with you; these questionnaires are fun, and you get to know your
friends a little better.

Take care, and have a terrific Christmas and New Year's holidays.

Maria

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Joni Colver" <joni.colver@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, December 16, 2005 3:04 PM
Subject: [bct] Re: Holiday Questions


> Maria these kinds of surveys are a lot of fun.  Thanks for sharing your
> answers with me.  I enjoyed listening to you and Lynnette decorate your
> tree.
>
> Joni
>
> 1. Egg Nog or Hot Chocolate? Hot chocolate
>
> 2.  Does Santa wrap presents or just sit them under the
>
> tree? He used to sit them under the tree
>
> 3. Colored lights on tree/house or white? White
>
> 4. Do you hang mistletoe?   No
>
> 5. When do you put your decorations up?  When we decorate it is usually in
> early December.  This year we will be in Florida and are planning the sale
> of our condo and a move to Florida so we did not decorate.
>
> 6. What is your favorite holiday dish (excluding dessert )?  I love
> honey-baked ham.  I used to love my grandmother's homemade yeast rolls but
> she is no longer with us.
>
> 7. Favorite Holiday memory as a child?  One year my mom made huge
stockings
> that were about as large as we were and they were full of lots of goodies
> and fun things.
>
> 8. When and how did you learn the truth about Santa?  I don't remember an
> illuminating moment of revelation.
>
> 9. Do you open a gift on Christmas Eve?  We always open our gifts on
> Christmas.
>
> 10. What kind of cookies does Santa get set out?  Chocolate chip
>
> 11. Snow! Love it or Dread it?  Love it, but perhaps that is because I
have
> not experienced much of it.  My husband is like a kid about snow and I
enjoy
> his enjoyment of it so I always wish for it.
>
> 12. Can you ice skate?  Let's put it this way, I have ice skated before.
> The last time I tried it was on our honeymoon in 1982 in West Virginia.
> They had an outdoor ice skating rink and very few hotel guests in January
so
> my husband and I had the rink to ourselves.  That was fabulous, if cold,
> fun!
>
> 13. Do you remember your favorite gift?  I have no real favorite gift.  If
I
> chose one it would probably be my engagement ring.
>
> 14. What's the most important thing about the Holidays for you?  Spending
> time with family and friends.
>
> 15. What is your favorite Holiday Dessert?  The peanut brittle and
divinity
> my grandmother used to make.  I love all kinds of cookies too, especially
> the thumbprint cookies my mom makes.
>
> 16. What is your favorite holiday tradition?  The year after my dad died I
> started the tradition of Tacky Santa.  The first year I did it I put
little
> gag gifts in paper lunch bags and got someone at work to handwrite the
name
> tags so no one could recognize another person's handwriting.  I even gave
> one to myself.  No one knew who Tacky Santa was and that was so much fun
> that it became a tradition for some time.  I did confess that I was Tacky
> Santa but no one guessed.  I have retired the tradition now that my
nephew,
> who dearly loved the Tacky Santa tradition, is no longer with us.  It just
> wouldn't be the same without Chris.
>
> 17. What tops your tree?  A lighted star
>
> 18. Which do you prefer Giving or Receiving?  Giving
>
> 19. What is your favorite Christmas Carol? What Child Is This
>
> 20. Candy Canes! Yuck or Yum?   Yum
>
> 21. Favorite Christmas Movie?  A Christmas Carol starring George C. Scott
> and The House Without a Christmas Tree.  Also, Christmas Vacation is tacky
> but funny.
>
>


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