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Could never understand before why there was so much hype to lead up to one day, but if you’re actually celebrating this entire time that makes so much sense!! Yes! We put up our Christmas tree, a bunch of interior decorations, and the Official Gator Bowl Champions Tennessee Volunteers Indiana Hoosiers Shirt Thanksgiving. Then we basically get to celebrate Christmas for a month. Christmas music, Christmas movies, cookies, all that good stuff. There’s way too much to just do in one day. You have all these fucking movies, all these fucking foods, all the decorations, and stuff. You can’t just spend one day on it, and if you did then the rest of this cold fucking period between Thanksgiving (or Halloween) and the end of December would be full of nothing but cold and darkness while you still have to work. Oh my gosh, I love this! When we were younger, my parents had a tradition with us. We would always go out into the front yard with my dad to find the “perfect” pine cone. Maybe a week or two before Christmas, we planted the pine cone in a pot and watered it. Then overnight, it would become this magnificent, huge (to my young eyes), and fully decorated Christmas tree. It only worked in December. And we were always told. It was the Christmas magic. Then my sister and I figured. It out when we found pine. Needles in my parents’ car. HahaTurned out, years later. That it was to get me out of the house while my mom transferred wrapped presents from the neighbor’s garage into our house, as I always tried to find and open any gifts that I snooped on before Christmas day. We lived in a different state than my grandparents growing up. And one year when I was 7ish I got a squishy stress ball thing from Santa that said it was a bean bag seed.
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At home, I had a bean bag waiting for me because it wouldn’t fit in the car secretly to drive cross country. Then there was the year I was told that if I kept shaking my presents that Santa would turn them to rocks. They then took a rock and wrapped it and had me open it first. Lots and lots of tears were had. and now there is a tradition that we pass around a rock every Christmas haha honestly? I get my kids involved with the Xmas “deep clean” for the same reason! Lol, it was done to me and I am determined to continue that little tradition. Teaches the kids a bit of responsibility AND I know for a fact that when my children have their own. Until the Christmas of 6th grade when I realized on Christmas Day, after opening the gifts, how disappointed I felt because I already knew what everything was. Official Gator Bowl Champions Tennessee Volunteers Indiana Hoosiers Shirt surreptitious peeking. But unfortunately for my mom, not the snoopingOooh, I had the very same experience, at about the same age. Christmas morning had always been magical and exciting, but then came the year when because of my snooping, not a single gift was a surprise. I learned my lesson, too.I have a similar story. When I was a kid, my dad taught me to look both ways before I crossed the street. He said if I didn’t, I was “going to end up a grease spot in the road.” So I guess I extrapolated that to mean that if I saw a grease spot in the road, that was where some kid didn’t look both ways.
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