Monday, December 14, 2015

Christmas 2015 Bucket List


The holidays can be exhausting. I have heard people say, "I'm glad they're over". I don't ever want to be like that. I want to enjoy every minute of the holidays as the special season it should be.

So I have created my Christmas Bucket List and because we are well into the season I have already accomplished some of the items on the list. I do not have it jam packed so I will have plenty of time to shop, wrap and enjoy some down time.

Here's my list for 2015:

1. attend the antique fair at St. Paul's Episcopal Church  done 12/5
2. attend the Somerville Flea- holiday flea market  done 12/6
3. see Nubble Lighthouse lit up with Christmas lights   done 12/18
4. attend the Tea Burning reenactment in Lexington  done 12/13
5. attend the Holiday Vintage Bazaar at Pettengill Farm  done 11/21
6. go to Stone Zoo and see the Zoolights one evening done 12/26
7. make my own gift wrap done 12.24
8. go Christmas Caroling
9. go to Burdick's in Harvard Square for the world's best hot chocolate  done 12/11
10. attend a town tree lighting done 12/4
11. walk around at the Holiday Stroll in Wakefield   done 12/5
12. go for a Christmas afternoon tea
13. decorate the condo with twinkle lights and greenery   done 12/23
14. go to Blink, a light and laser show at Fanueil Hall, Boston
15. attend Waterfire Providence holiday event

Please share some of your Christmas must dos. I would love to hear about your traditions.






5 comments:

Larry W said...

Busy, busy, busy.

Nellie said...

That is quite a list! We have twin daughters whose birthday is the 23rd, so celebrating that event is probably a tradition for us. They will be 41, and their big sister is 42! We do always make the Christmas Eve service at church. I never want the holidays to end!

Count Robot said...

cool!
merry christmas!

my list:
go to the fright before christmas-done!

Blondie's Journal said...

Elaine,

Not only have you crossed off or totally enjoyed so much of your bucket list these are events and times that don't always happen more than once in a lifetime, or when we are able to enjoy them. Cheers and hurray for you!

Merry Christmas!

Jane x

Enrico Teodorani said...

Happy New Year!

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