Christmas TogetherWe're here year round and even though we are scattered all over the world and most of us have never met face-to-face we find ways to celebrate the season together. From our annual Christmas exchanges to scheduled chats our Christmasing together is discussed here.
We always have a Christmas In July party at the lake with a white elephant exchange. Everybody decorates their trailers (some more than others ) & we have egg nog & a big meal. It's always so fun. And with that being said - this is the 1st year we won't be able to partake in the festivities! We have a wedding that night! What are they thinking getting married the same night as our Christmas In July party?? ha ha ha!
That's so cool that you guys do that, but really stinks that you have to miss it this year. Try to enjoy the wedding!
__________________ The best of all gifts around any Christmas tree: the presence of a happy family all wrapped up in each other. - Burton Hillis
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We were going to celebrate it for the first time last year, but we were away at a convention. This year I'll be tuned in to the MMC Christmas in July celebration. Maybe we can go to Boston Market and have a turkey dinner.
I just found out in the last few days, but as I mentioned in this thread, it appears Music Choice IS doing a "Christmas in July" week long event this year!
See the full schedule here. Let the rejoicing commence!
Thanks for letting us know.ive been writing them for like the past couple years asking them if they would.even better also it starts right after the hallmark channel does their christmas in July weekend.more things to look forward to for Christmas in July this year.
the most wonderful time of the year
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Every July 25th, we have a family reunion to celebrate Christmas in July......Come December, it becomes more and more difficult to get family and friends together to celebrate...It's a family tradition now, and everyone seems to look forward to it...I am retired, so I do all of the planning....Everyone takes the day off from work (if the 25th doesn't fall on a Saturday or Sunday) and we celebrate for 24 hours...We decorate a tree, go out singing Christmas Carols, we all save snow balls in our freezers from the winter and have a great snowball fight.We have three Christmas meals, exchange gifts, and even have a visit from the man himself (Santa) in the evening hours...Every year the reunion gets better and more memorable!
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