Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Blogmas 2018 - Day 26 - My Christmas Bucket List Update

To finish up the Christmas season I thought I should post an update of my Christmas 2018 Bucket List and I had planned on doing it as Day 26 of my Blogmas 2018 series. As you can see, I didn't make, so here goes...Day 26 of Blogmas 2018 almost a month late...(and some of you may not agree)...but better late than never! (At least I'm getting caught up!) 😉

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My Christmas 2018 Bucket List

1. Write my Christmas bucket list

2. Decorate for Christmas inside and out
3. Work Christmas on the Farm at Watkins Woolen Mill


The Centerpiece That Adorns The Watkins Family Table
is Always My Favorite Thing at Christmas on the Farm
4. Put up the trees...there are four of them...big one (in the Van Gogh room), little one (in our bedroom), vintage one (in the livingroom), and Jesse tree (in the kitchen) ðŸŽ„


Christmas Tree in the Van Gogh Room
5. Read a Christmas book
6. Spend family Christmas with all six of our children, their spouses, and the grands
7. Watch Christmas movies

A Christmas Carol starting Alastair Sim
8. Sing Christmas carols
9. Purchase a poinsettia
10. Drive around and look at Christmas lights
11. Drink hot cocoa
12. Make (and taste) Christmas fudge
13. Donate a toy 
14. Send and receive Christmas cards


Christmas Cards
15. Wrap Christmas gifts 🎁
16. Do a random act of kindness
17. Burn holiday scented candles 
18. Put cash in a Salvation Army 'Christmas kettle'
19. Choose an 'Angel Tree' child
20. Make a special treat and deliver it to the neighbors


Treats For The Neighbors
21. Enjoy the glow of Christmas tree lights
22. Bake Christmas cookies ðŸª


Christmas Cookies
23. Listen to Christmas music
24. Make a gift for the mail carrier
25. Sip eggnog
26. Attend a candlelight service
27. Drink wassail
28. Have Christmas Eve lasagna (it's been a tradition for over 30 years)

29. Read the Christmas story from the Bible (Luke 2:1-20)
30. Spend Christmas Day at home with family and friends

That's what was on my Christmas 2018 bucket list. What was on yours? If you wrote a Christmas bucket list, I'd love to read it. Feel free to post the link to it in the comments section below!

Until next time...

4 comments:

  1. You accomplished A LOT on your Christmas bucket list. Sadly, I can't even remember if I made one (probably not). Going through all my paper stuff over here.

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  2. Thanks, Jean! I can't remember if you posted one, either. Have fun sorting through your paper stuff. I'm still just trying to figure things out on this end. Kind of in a lull right now, I guess. LOL! Have a great day! <3

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  3. I really didn't have a bucket list, but that's a great idea. Especially the gifting of a needy child or even the mail carrier. I may just have to write one next Christmas. Thanks for the great idea!

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  4. You're welcome, Kristina! And, yes, they were great ideas, but, did you notice, I failed to do, either. :( Perhaps next year! :) Blessings, my friend! Hope you're having a wonderful day! <3

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