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Monday, December 22, 2008

A Few More....

With Christmas just a few days away I am really starting to get into the holiday spirit; baking cookies, wrapping gifts, watching holiday films, and of course taking far too many holiday quizzes! Here are a few more to help put you in the mood as well!





You Are a Peanut Butter Kiss Cookie



You are a social, friendly, caring person.

You are good at helping people. You have a very giving heart.



You are a natural teacher or counselor. You get value from making someone's life better.

You are trustworthy, and a natural problem solver.






You Are an Angel



A truly giving soul, you understand the spirit of Christmas.






Your Christmas is Classic



Your wish for the New Year is more happiness.



For you, Christmas is a spiritual holiday. You can't separate it from your beliefs.



You are patient when it comes to Christmas. You don't celebrate too early, and you don't like seeing holiday decorations in October.



You like to have an authentic, traditional Christmas. Doing it the old fashioned way is important to you.



You like to celebrate Christmas your own way, and you don't like to have to compromise.



You are too busy to really get into Christmas, but you try to do a little to celebrate.



You try to give as much as possible during the holidays. You are quite generous.






What The Holidays Mean to You



For you, the holidays are about generosity. You give as much as you possibly can to friends, family, and charity.



You celebrate the holidays in a natural style. Homemade gifts are your favorite, and you can't stand imitation Christmas trees or wreaths



During the holidays, you feel like having fun. Tradition is not important to you... having a blast with your friends is.



You think the holidays should be decadent and indulgent. You never mind gaining a few holiday pounds... it's worth it!



Your favorite holiday memories strongly evoke your senses. You are vividly aware of all the tastes, smells, and sounds of the holidays.

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