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Share Your World


  1.  Do you have any family traditions?

Not so much any more. The family has dwindled or scattered, so we don’t get together to do things, or very seldom.

  1.  With December on its way, have you ever been carol singing?


  1.  Do you decorate your home for the Christmas holidays?

Not any more. I used to put up a tree and decorations, but we don’t even give gifts any more.

  1. Do you enjoy the Christmas rush for preparations and shopping?

No, since I don’t do this any more.


Well, I probably should not even have tried to answer these questions, because it all sounds so boring. But, we do try to get together with my daughter and family who live here in town for a little while a day or two before Christmas. We do face time with our other daughter and family who live in another state. It’s fun to see all their decorations and holiday fun.


Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

© 2022 BS

12 responses »

  1. Not boring at all Barbara. Times change and not everyone celebrates Christmas for a variety of reasons . We don’t have masses of presents to give or people to cater for, but we do put up trimmings even though it’s just the two of us. Thanks for joining in.

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  2. I am glad you shared. It shows we are not alone in not doing much for Christmas. I would decorated though if we’d had a home 😁. But that’s more sentimental than for Christmas. I have a lot of Dekorations going back to my grandparents on my mum’s side. I never met them so it’s a bit like feeling closer to them. 🥰


    • Thanks, Bee! Exactly right. We all are in whatever stage of life and celebrations change over time. How wonderful that you have some treasured decorations from family long ago. We enjoyed having a big family celebrations for years, and now we enjoy letting our kids take over the fun for their kids. 🙂

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    • Thanks, John! I’ve found that others have said similar, how big family get togethers were fun in the past, but now have been toned down, or traditions passed down to the younger generations. It’s good to know. 🙂

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