You know, the folks who try not to give Christmas the time of day until after Thanksgiving has passed.
No Christmas music.
No Christmas decorating.
And definitely no Christmas tree or lights.
I keep up my fall home decor until the day after Thanksgiving and enjoy a day full of turkey, family members (not to be confused with the turkeys), and giving thanks.
Folks, it's now after Thanksgiving.
Time for Christmas!
We took a rather long and crazy trip to CA to visit family last week, so of course I have lots of nerdy happenings to relate to you. But it also meant that we had lots of things to unpack and clean.
My reward for finishing it all?
A cup of coconut 'nog (don't knock it till you try it), decorating for Christmas, and watching this:
Oh, Kermit. How we love your endearing rendition of Dickens' classic tale.
[This is where I'd like to draw your attention to the resolution on the TV screen. You'll note that it's kind of fuzzy, because it's only a DVD and not a Blu-Ray. Gasp! Mr. Dude will be ecstatic to find out that I actually noticed the difference in quality after all the times he's pointed it out and I've simply shrugged my shoulders because I neither noticed nor cared. I suppose if you're going to have HD, you may as well use it to its full potential, right? Drats. I think he's rubbing off on me. Meanwhile, I'm searching Amazon for a Blu-Ray copy of The Muppet Christmas Carol.]
Only 21 days till we celebrate the birth of our Savior! What are some of your traditions to celebrate the season?