Wednesday, December 19, 2007

A Little Holiday Fun

I took the quizzes- here's what I discovered:
You Are Thanksgiving
You are a bit of a homebody who enjoys being in the company of people you love.It doesn't take a lot to make you happy. You're enjoying life as it is.You have many blessings in your life, and you are grateful for each one.You believe that life is about what you *do* have. You feel like you have enough of the good stuff.
What makes you celebrate: Family, friends, and the changing of the seasons.
At holiday get togethers, you do best as: The host of the party
On a holiday, you're the one most likely to: Spend so much energy preparing that it's a full time job

You Should Have a White Christmas Tree

For you, the holidays represent joy and sprituality.The true meaning of Christmas is important to you - even if you're not religious.
The holidays are a time of reflection for you. You like to spend time thinking about what's important in life.
Your white tree would look great with: Bright, bold ornaments
You should spend Christmas Eve watching: The Nativity Story
What you should bake for Santa: Sugar cookies - served up with a tall glass of milk

Try the Quizzes! You might be surprised at the outcomes!!

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