Merry Christmas! It’s the last day of blogmas, but don’t worry I have a few more December posts going up. When you’re reading this I will be on vacation until January 3rd so please follow the blog here on Wordpress because I won’t be promoting much on social media from the pool!
I’ve talked about some Christmas traditions I’ve learned about this year and briefly about things that are important to me at the holidays, but I think it’s time to tell you all about my Christmas traditions from my childhood.
This year for Christmas, unfortunately, I want a lot of things that you can’t bring me. Since I’ve moved to Wisconsin I’ve found I enjoy experience and memories a lot more than material items, but I’m going to list my Christmas wishes anyway in hopes that they will come true.
This blogmas we’ve talked about Christmas books and Christmas movies, but we haven’t touched on poems yet. And there are quite a bit of Christmas poems that I absolutely love!
I’ve had so much fun exploring different Christmas traditions this year and reevaluating my own traditions and view of the world. So many of these little moments have left me in awe of the world around me and fascinated to know more about people and cultures and the history around me.
Today I thought I’d tell you my favorite ornaments on Josie’s and my first Christmas tree together! For those who don’t know my girlfriend, Josie and I were long distance for six years and this is our first Christmas together since I moved in with her in July!