🎄Day 10 of 12 days of RebeccaRose🎄
In case you haven’t already guessed, Christmas is my FAVOURITE time of the year! I’ve always wanted to do a bit of an Q&A so I thought why not make it a Christmas edition!? Enjoy!
WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE CHRISTMAS FILM?
My favourite Christmas film is definitely Elf. It’s not Christmas unless I’ve watched it at least 10 times! It’s the ultimate feel-good Christmas film and I love that it’s set in New York.
WHERE DO YOU USUALLY SPEND YOUR HOLIDAY?
We normally spend Christmas day at our house which I absolutely love, I enjoy being the host.However, this year we are going to our Uncle’s house and I’m super excited because he’s a great cook so the food is going to be delicious!
WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE CHRISTMAS SONG?
I would have to say ‘It’s Beginning to look a lot like Christmas’ by Johnny Mathis however I love so many Christmas songs. This year, I’ve also been listening to ‘Mistletoe’ by Justin Bieber quite a lot and I like that it’s a bit more modern.
IS YOUR CHRISTMAS TREE REAL OR FAKE?
This year we got a real Christmas for the first time in 6 years! The house smells AMAZING and I wish we could get one every year. It was so much fun going to the Christmas Tree farm and choosing our favourite. It looked massive when we took it through the front door though!
WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE ALL-TIME HOLIDAY FOOD/SWEET TREAT?
I love mince pies and basically any festive foods! I also like heroes and roses: it isn’t Christmas without a box or two of them!
WHAT WOULD BE YOUR DREAM PLACE TO VISIT FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON?
I would love to go skiing in December or go to Lapland. I think it would be so festive going out in the snow for the day and coming home to a cosy cottage. Basically anywhere that it’s snowing!
WHEN DO YOU PUT UP YOUR TREE AND OTHER DECORATIONS?
We normally do it the weekend after the 1st of December. I love going for walks when it’s dark and seeing all the Christmas trees twinkling in people’s houses.
WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE PART OF CHRISTMAS DINNER?
I love Yorkshire puddings. If you don’t know what they are(I think they’re only an English thing) they’re essentially a baked batter that you put gravy in. It’s delicious!
I hope you’ve learnt a bit more about how I celebrate Christmas. Please feel free to use the questions and link your answers in the comments.
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