mardi 25 décembre 2012

Christmas challenge days 24-25

24- Your letter to Santa

Dear Santa,
You know, I'm "old" now, and it's been a while since I stopped believing that you really exists, I mean, I know you're not a real man, but just a fictional character hidden in everyone's Christmas dreams. But if I want to write you this letter today, it's to tell you how much I love you. Yes, you're receiving a love letter, Santa! :D I love you, and I just can't imagine a Christmas without you. What would be Christmas without Santa?! You are a part of this magical atmosphere I feel around Christmas. And you know, I love all kind of magic.
If I only had one wish to give you, I would ask you to bring smiles and happiness in everyone's life. Everyone should have a reason to smile everyday. So that's the present I want you to bring me a smile on everyone's face. A smile on every face I see. The world would be so much more beautiful if everyone was smiling! So, do you think you can give me this present, Santa, please? I swear, I've been a very nice girl this year :)
With love,
Tári


25- Describe your day. Merry Christmas!

So, Christmas for me starts on December 24th, as we celebrate Christmas Eve. We had a nice and delicious dinner with my mother. Then she read some pages of the Holy Bible, because she's religious. I read some with her because it's just a tradition we have, I'm not religious myself. Then, we took some pictures (we always take pictures on Christmas day!), and watch a Christmas related movie, this year it was "Joyeux Noël" (I've already told you about this movie earlier in my Christmas challenge posts, in the first one I guess) And after the movie, it was past midnight, so, time to open presents! Maybe I'll do another blog post later to show pictures of what I got, it'd be better than describing all here, what do you think?
That's for Christmas Eve, after there was the "real" Christmas day. We spent it, as we do each year, at my mother's cousin. As always we ate enough for one entire week at least, but it was yummy! She definitely knows how to cook! ;) The meal was really long, we started at 1pm, ended at 5pm (I guess) Then, we stayed around the table for one or two hours more, discussing.
It wasn't the most amazing Christmas I've ever had. Actually we spend it with a part of the family to which I don't feel so close. I'm more looking forward to Sunday, we'll have a sort of "second Christmas" with my cousins who're coming from Paris to spend some time with us. It'll be much more fun then!

Wow, I can't believe Christmas is already over... December runs out so fast...
Well, I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas day, and that you enjoyed reading my Christmas challenge posts! I personally really enjoyed writing them. I'll miss it now!

Once again, Merry Christmas! Or Joyeux Noël as we say it in French :)

Love, Tári

4 commentaires:

  1. Thank you for the interesting post about how you spent Christmas Eve and Christmas! *Oops, those snowflakes are falling everywhere, even when I am looking at other sides haha*

    Your Christmas Eve sounds like fun!:) And for sure I am very curious to read about your presents, since I had never receive any (if we are talking about presents from family or friends).

    Have happy holidays! :)

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    1. Oh, you've never received any presents? May I ask why?
      Merry Christmas to you too!

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