Time to Deck the Halls!

Time to Deck the Halls! | Scribbling in the Margins blogOh you know, just checking in to make sure you haven’t forgotten about me :)

Now that December has finally come, I’m in all-out Christmas mode. My little desk corner is filled with holiday clings, Merry Christmas banners, and my mini tree. There’s nothing some decorations can’t fix, if you ask me. One of my roommates also decorated our door with Santa wrapping paper and stockings for the four of us.

I love Advent.

The lead up to Christmas is just as wonderful as the actual day. I love my daily Advent readings, Christmas songs, and the anticipation of a new beginning. Another semester comes to a close, the weather settles into it’s winter state, and everyone gathers together to celebrate. I’ve always found something magical in holiday spirit, and I refuse to let that go as I grow up.

While I haven’t been blogging much this semester, I want to record my favorite time of the year. So get ready for… the 12 Days of Blogmas! I will be posting 12 days in a row starting December 14th. They might be festive photos, an account of what I did that day, a book review, a gift list–anything Christmas related! If you have any requests, leave them in the comments below.

I hope you are all having merry holiday seasons! I’ll see you on the 14th :)

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2 thoughts on “Time to Deck the Halls!

  1. Ooh, your twelve days of blogmas sound exciting and fun! I…I’m horrible at Christmas spirit. I nearly always do NOTHING but hide from the world. Hehe. I haven’t even finished/bought/sent my christmas presents. >_< (I have to post some and I'm running the risk of it not getting there in time…lol, I need to get my act together.) Still. It IS a fabulous time of year with delicious food, so I love that. xD
    Thanks for stopping by @ Paper Fury!

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    • I love Christmas spirit! Obviously haha. But I’m also bad at getting Christmas presents done on time. Plus there’s always the “who gets them and who do I leave out” dilemma. Problems. But it’s the thought that counts, no matter when it shows up!

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