Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Holiday Blog Things - what do these say about you?

You Are Apple Pie
You love the holidays because they are the coziest time of year for you. You love to kick back and relax.
You have holiday laziness down to a science. You order all your gifts online and pop some easy food into the oven.

You don't get why people stress this time of year. You like to instead count your blessings and appreciate what's good in your life.
You find the sounds and smells of this season to be a great comfort to you. And you are going to enjoy every moment!
You Are Cider
Your holiday personality is cozy.
The holidays are your favorite time to stay home, stay warm, and spend time with those you love.

You don't need a lot to make you happy over the holidays.
Seeing an old relative or favorite holiday film is enough to make your day.
Your Ideal Holiday Scene is Nostalgic
The holidays make you feel like you're a kid again, and you love the magic that they bring into your life.
You are the type who still wishes that Santa was real, and you're not above leaving him cookies on Christmas Eve.

The holidays are mostly sweet for you, but you also take the time to reflect on the past and what (and who) you miss most.
You see this as a special time of year where almost anything can happen. You allow yourself to dream and believe in the magic.
You Are Considerate and Mature
You approach the holidays with responsibility and cooperation.
You'll do your part to make sure that everyone else has a happy holiday.

You aren't particularly picky or high maintenance during the holidays.
You're happy to be in the company of people you love, and you're willing to "go with the flow."

Of all the types, you are the most likely to give someone exactly what they want.
You're also the most likely to wrap all your presents well - to prevent peeking!
Your Year Was a "C" Year
When it comes right down to it, your year was pretty average. It was okay.
It wasn't the best of years, but it wasn't the worst of years either. You are sort of relieved it's over though.

Here's hoping that next year is significantly better, or at least better than ever.
Remember that the new year can be a fresh start. Try to embrace the idea of starting over a little.

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