The Friggin’ Truth About Christmas


Ok, here’s the thing. Everybody is too friggin’ busy at Christmas to read (or write) a blog post. So we’ll keep it short and sweet.


You’re not the only one freaking out about all the things you still have to do before Christmas. Everyone is! Well OK, maybe it’s more likely the women in every family.


If you’re one of the lucky ones (or smart ones) to avoid all the stresses of preparing for Christmas, tell us your secret… pleeeeeese… tell us…


We are begging you…


Because, damn it, next year, we will be more organized, we will start sooner, we will allow for down time to catch our breath, we will ask for help, OR, we will even PAY for help.


So please…. share… for all of us desperate, whining, over-wrought, anxiety-filled, ready-to-kill-somebody people…. 


What’s your secret to preparing for Christmas that actually leaves you relaxed and smiling…




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Originally posted 2013-12-20 22:50:57. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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9 Responses to The Friggin’ Truth About Christmas

  1. Buy everyone World Vision gift cards and then jump on a plane and head to the other side of the world until it is all over.

  2. Aggie York says:

    It’s always best to to away over the holidays and relax!

  3. Jerril Jones says:

    Jeezus Chariist!!

  4. Celebrate simply … choose one or two of your favourite holiday traditions and make it all about memories rather than material things; put on the comforting Christmas music; light the candles, share a drink (alcoholic or otherwise) with family/friends whom you are fortunate enough to share the holidays with and say, ‘we are truly blessed.” Cheers!

  5. travellittleknownplaces says:

    Love it! Right this minute we have the fireplace going and the water fountain; the Christmas tree lights are on and Christmas music is playing, while the grandchildren are playing Lego in front of the fireplaces, and to top it off big flakes of snow are falling outside. Perfect.

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