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daisyslegs
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Christmas dinner at my Grandma's was always the best ever. A fantastic dinner, but no real presents, but what was important was having us all together. It was wonderful for me.

I wouldn't change that for anything.

I lost Grandma last February, but I intend to keep that tradition up.

And now, this year I am managing to do better than I ever thought I could manage to do about keeping that tradidtion!

I found my son that has been missing for the last 6 years (WAY long story) and we will ALL, all my children and I, along with the most wonderful man in the world, Mr. Legs [Big Grin] ), will be together for Christmas.

Just like my Grandmother loved and taught me to cherish. I'm so happy that I have been crying off and on for days!

What makes your holidays perfect?

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The only thing that would make my holiday OK would be seeing my neice and nephews who have been kept away from me and my family through messy divorces and irresponsible fathers.

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ange84
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If my MIL to be was to leave and we could have our house to ourselves again. I am going back home so i guess what would make it perfect would be if i didn't have to do the two day drive.

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This year, what would make it perfect would be a resolution to an ongoing game of miscommunication with a friend of mine whom I have grown quite fond of lately. We've been one of those unfortunate cases of opposite-sex friends who are quite close but romance is definitely not in the picture for the time being, but as we do - or at least did - get along so well, emotional boundaries are pushed now and then. If you read the "Letters you wish you could send" thread, you've probably seen me whine to myself about her.
Anyway, we've barely spoken to each other for about two weeks now due to a really silly miscommunication. On Saturday, I got the bright idea of writing everything down about how much I care for her, and I've decided to put it all down in a note to leave outside her door along with a yellow rose (yellow for friendship, you know) before she takes off for the holidays.
If that stabilizes things between us, my Christmas will indeed be perfect. If not, I'll at least be able to say I tried (something I haven't been able to say lately!)

ETA: If you're wondering, yes, my current sig-line is a reference to all this. [Wink]

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Mickey is a Hanukkah Bush
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Not knowing the majority of my Hanukkah presents. My mom showed me two of them, because I was searching for a good pattern for that baby blanket I'm going to make, and showed my that I'm getting a Stitch n' Bitch daily calendar (that has patterns every Friday!) and I picked out my monthly calendar. And I wouldn't be surprised if a stereo system and an entertainment unit were in the cards, too.

And having a Hanukkah present for my mom already. She's the one I DON'T have anything for.

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Spam & Cookies-mmm
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A winning lottery ticket would be a good start to a perfect Christmas. [Big Grin]

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Jay Tea
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I'll throw in the fact that the generous amount of paid leave I get each year enables me to go on holiday at this time of year with my friends - overtly dodging New Year, i'd do the same at Christmas if I could get away with it (the date has no meaning to me other than a public holiday) but I do have family commitments.

Not living in a particularly religious part of the world all I really see of the 'Christmas Spirit' are the commercial frenzies and the tired, cliched references that get churned out every year. I suppose in this respect a perfect Christmas for me would be spent in Antarctica [Wink]

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Loyhargil
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The only thing that could make this Christmas "perfect" is if we can all enjoy a good Christmas being together, watching the kids, and reminiscing about Dad rather than feeling crushed by his absence. While Thanksgiving went fairly well that way for us kids (my stoic brother was particularly touching), poor Mom just sat in the living room and stared at the tv. Only one of the four (four and a half now?) Grandkids was there, though. Maybe with all four of 'em running around on Christmas, Mom will be far enough into "Grandma" mode to enjoy it a bit.

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If my son-in-law could return from Iraq a few months early...

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Pseudo_Croat
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There's a Boat Parade that takes place in my metroplitan area in mid-December. I love to camp out, munch on sushi, Pringles and subs, and watch all the brightly-lit boats sail by.

As for what I'd like to see to make this year's holiday perfect, I would like to see my car finally working well again. Right now it's got problems with the brakes.

- Pseudo (Santa's reindeer never have that problem, do they?) Croat

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Canuckistan
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quote:
Originally posted by Spam & Cookies-mmm:
A winning lottery ticket would be a good start to a perfect Christmas. [Big Grin]

Couple that with a buff guy named Raoul serving me drinks on a beach somewhere, and I'm set. [Big Grin]

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Spam & Cookies-mmm
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While we're in wishful thinking mode, I'd sure like to wake up as a size 8 on Christmas morning.

Thanks, Santa!

ETA - and don't forget the new wardrobe to go with the size!

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Lady Moon
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If we could stay HOME.

Lady "hates traveling -- or maybe just hates the family" Moon

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An acceptance letter from McGill.

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The in-laws to get a hotel room due to a huge snowstorm that snows us in!

An end to morning sickness - for all pregnant women everywhere!

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LeaflessMapleTree
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My holidays would be perfect if my girlfriend and I can accomplish everything on our "Winter Break to-do list":

-Go tobogganing
-Go clubbing
-Party on New Years Eve

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Lydia Oh Lydia
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I usually quite enjoy Christmas time because of my family and the presents. Not really my presents, my niece's presents. I love playing with her new toys!

Things that would makes things better:

-Motivation to go to the gym.
-A new job offer.
-X realizing, admitting, and making steps to overcome an alcohol problem.

I'd really settle for the last thing on the list.

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If my parents would send a certain print, that already belongs to me, as my Christmas gift. Aside from that, everything going to be pretty darn awesome anyway.

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What would make my holiday better:

If I didn't have to spend it with a bunch of geriatrics I barely know. And if my father would stop his attempts to make me feel guilty for not wanting to spend Christmas with old people. At our family's Thanksgiving, I was the only person under 60. It's excrutiatingly boring.

What would make my holiday even more better:

If my significant other felt that I was significant enough in his life to join him on his trip to the Virgin Islands. Apparently, I'm not *that* important of a friend or lover to him. Sigh.

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Xia
Happy Xmas (Warranty Is Over)


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This year? What would make my Christmas perfect would be if my vet finds out that my dog's enlarged spleen is just a minor infection or something, and not cancer. [Frown]

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diehard
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My perfect Christmas would be for my dad to be with us again he has been gone for 8 years now and our traditions continue on, but times just aren't the same. Our family will however carry on a very Merry Christmas in his honor.

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VersesBatman
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If I could spend one day with my family and not hear my mom lecture me on how I raise my kids.

If no one gets sick.

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MissEltoe
We Wish You a Merry Giftmas


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Christmases used to start on Xmas eve, with my uncle Greg (now deceased) and the rest of the guy cousins and their friends all going from house to house (usually family and some friends) singing carols, usually getting more "spirited" (if you know what I mean [Wink] ) along the way.
They don't do that anymore, but still on Xmas day, we all go from house to house opening gifts and picking up more people on the way. Usually it goes: me, my mom and nana get dressed and go to my sister's house. We open gifts and pick up her and my nephew. Then we go to my cousin's house, we open more gifts, and pick up her and her kids, then we go to my aunt's house and open gifts again! Then we usually come back to my house and open more gifts (sometimes we stop at other houses in between, but the ones I mentioned are crucial [Smile] ).

That's the best way to spend our holiday, and I hope the tradition continues!!

The only thing that could make this Christmas or New Year's perfect would be me getting my year-long wish of getting back with my ex. I seriously doubt it will happen, but Santa always manages to bring me the best gifts, year after year.....

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Not having to work Christmas Eve *or* Christmas Day would be nice. I do have Christmas Day off but all that happens then is DH's extended family's potluck get-together, which I can do without. Both immediate families do their celebrations on Christmas Eve. I think this is the third year in a row I've had to work Christmas Eve. I shouldn't complain too much though, since some of my coworkers have to work both days.

Not having to agonize over DH's presents would also be nice...two weeks til Christmas and I still have no idea what to get him. He's incredibly picky. Doesn't want clothes from me ("Clothes are a from-mom type of gift"), isn't really into DVDs or CDs, already has every gadget you can imagine...He mentioned some computer stuff, but either he'd have to pick that out himself or I'd have to ask him such detailed questions it would ruin any surprise. Knowing that he's spending a couple hundred on me just increases the pressure.

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evilrabbit
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My Christmas would be greatly improved if I could be in three places at once. Or, at least find a way to travel quickly, for free.

Barring that, I'll take one of these:
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originally posted by Canuckistanquote:
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Originally posted by Spam & Cookies-mmm:
A winning lottery ticket would be a good start to a perfect Christmas.
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Couple that with a buff guy named Raoul serving me drinks on a beach somewhere, and I'm set.



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quote:
Originally posted by Canuckistan:
Couple that with a buff guy named Raoul serving me drinks on a beach somewhere, and I'm set. [Big Grin]

A buff guy named Raoul on the beach, eh? I'd settle for a geeky guy named Will at a local coffee shop. *sighs*

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Esprise Me
We Wish You a Merry Giftmas


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My Christmas would be perfect if I could get through the rest of the season without hearing another insipid pop song about the love of the season, or a dance-jazz-bubblegum remix of a classic Christmas carol. I just spent three hours shopping for gifts and had to decompress by blowing my eardrums out with some early Metallica.

ETA: Oh, and send Raul my way with a Mai Tai when you're done with him.

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My father's health has been rough this year, and we've spent more time in the hospital than I care to think about. Therefore, I will spend this Christmas being especially grateful that he is in good health again.

He, however, will be at work and/or asleep. It's the thought that counts, right? [Big Grin]

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My husband stood in line at the crack of dawn for the FIFTH time yesterday. He finally came home with our Wii - the only present we were buying this year.

My car needs $1100 worth of various repairs, and we actually have the money.

THe only thing that could make Christmas totally perfect is if my husband's cousin hadn't passed away 2 years ago. DH misses him so much this time of year.

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We Wish You a Merry Giftmas


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Mines changed to if my fiance can get the week off from his brand new job so that we can go back home for Christmas. He doesn't get that i am not driving 14 hours by myself, paying over $1000 in airfares or leaving him behind at Christmas, so if he has to work that week, we'll be having an orphans Christmas here, which will mean he spends all day on Wow while i hide in a cupboard crying causei'm missing a huge roast dinner with plum pudding.

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This holiday would be perfect if I could get the research for the article I'm working on done. But since that is nigh, impossible. I want a time machine.

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Merry Christmas TwoGuys

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And we'll collect the moments one by one I guess that's how the future's done. -Feist

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Ding Dong! Merrily on High Definition TV


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Send Raoul my way with a Bud Light.... Have him wear a pirate's costume, 'kay???

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Happy Holly Days


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quote:
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Merry Christmas TwoGuys

Fantastic! I think I'd have a bit of trouble hiding a phone box around here. Though I'm sure I can convince people that it's keeping with the city's apping of all things London.

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WiFi Christmas


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I'm wishing for a no drama, no stress birthday (Dec 25). I'm inviting people over for that afternoon/evening and my parents will be in town, and I hope the party turns out to be fun. And I hope people don't say they're coming and then not mention anything about it - I don't mind if people can't come, but don't stand me up - at least apologize later.

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