Today's the last Friday you get a choice of the regular fill-ins OR a different kind of fill-in (or both). As you know, a friend emailed me a list where you have to identify Christmas songs by the initials of the first words of the first line of each song. If you'd like to play along, great! And...Merry Christmas eve to those who celebrate it!
So...here we go!
1. These are a few of my favorite new traditions: Christmas Eve dinner with Kevin and Kathy, Christmas Dinner with Jeannie and Pat and opening presents on Christmas Eve with SF.
2. We like to have chili for Christmas, quite a non-traditional holiday dinner.
3. What's that I hear that someone in my immediate family now wants me to knit hats and scarves for them What a pleasant surprise.
4. A house on Christmas Day without kids is quiet, quiet.
5. Some of my favorite holiday memories include coming home after Christmas Eve Mass one year to find all of our presents in green garbage bags with labels on them.
6. Our house has been so quiet this week we didn't hear a peep from anyone, not even a mouse.
7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to a quiet evening with SF and bed early, tomorrow my plans include dinner with Pat and Jeannie and Sunday, I want to chill out and relax!
And here are the answers to last week's:
19. IDOAWCJLTOIUTK: I'm dreaming of a white Christmas just like the ones I used to kinow
20. CROAOFJFNAYN: Chestnuts roasting on an open fire Jack Frost nippin' at your nose
21. IBTLALLC: It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
22. OLTOBHSWSTL: Old little town of Bethlehem how still we see thee lie
23. SBRAYLITLSIG: Sleigh bells ring are you listenin' in the lane snow is glistening
24. IBHFC: I'll be home for Christmas
25. WWYAMCWWYAMC: We wish you a merry Chrisrmas...
26. IHTBOCD: I heard the bells on Christmas day
27. FTSIAJHS: Frosty the snowman is a jolly happy soul