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Thread: Getting that Christmas Feeling again

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    Well it is certainly good to think ahead! It does seem a long way off though!
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    Been thinking about themes for my christmas trees........

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    I miss Christmas so much. But .. only 5-6 months and i will put out all my Christmas stuff
    I am thinking everyday about Christmas. I just cant wait.
    Its the season to be jolly
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    :gift:

    Actually, I never lose that feeling and thats whats most important for me...
    Otherwise, I do not know what I would do...

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    A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens (1843)

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    Do you ever had some days where you thought oh no Christmas .. you had no christmas mood ? Or are you always in Christmas mood ?
    Its the season to be jolly
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    Red face

    Im usually in Christmas mood, but, of course, there are days where Christmas spirit is taking a break...
    Thats very normal to happen once in a while, I guess..

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    You are right. I have the 'Christmas break time' at most from January - May and then some days in summer.
    Its the season to be jolly
    www.the-christmas-season.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by MissSantaClaus View Post
    You are right. I have the 'Christmas break time' at most from January - May and then some days in summer.
    Thats very normal..

    Especially in summer, when you are on vacations, I think, you have to leave Christmas spirit home...
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    And so, as Tiny Tim observed, "God Bless us!! Everyone!!''
    A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens (1843)

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    I sing Jingle Bells all year...does that count??

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    Quote Originally Posted by dees473 View Post
    I sing Jingle Bells all year...does that count??
    Yes : D
    Its the season to be jolly
    www.the-christmas-season.com


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