So it’s just a little over ten days until we finally reach Christmas and I have to admit, I’m pretty damn excited. Not for the presents, but to spend the day with nearly everyone I love. (Nearly because my partner will be in his home town this year.)
I’m wearing Christmas jumpers 24/7. I have this cute little one with Olaf on, and I get to wear it for work. Happy #ChristmasJumperDay to everyone in the UK, and if that’s a thing in other countries, let me know!
Today, we will be completing the Dashing Through the Snow book tag!
The tag follows three rules:
- Thank the curator.
- Tag 5 people to continue the Christmas spirit.
- Have fun!
I don’t know too many people in the book blogging world personally; but I absolutely adore these blogs. So I’m going to be tagging:
One book you would love to see under the tree this Christmas.
Okay, so this is going to sound like blasphemy, so bear with me. But I don’t actually want any books this Christmas! It sounds terrible, but I have so many that I want to get through, and I’m trying to make the switch to digital due to my limited storage spacing.
Name one book you’ll be reading over Christmas.
Unfortunately the only book I’ll be reading this year is my Law textbook. Deadlines are a bitch.
Name your favourite Christmas movie.
Do you like the snow?
I feel the question should be, who doesn’t like snow? Also, we never get it here so …
Name a character you’d love to spend Christmas with.
I always wanted to spend Christmas with Clara from The Nutcracker. Maybe then I’d actually learn ballet.
To give or to receive?
To give, always.
What fictional place would you love to spend Christmas at?
Fondest Christmas memory?
I was about six or seven, and my mum had got me this fabulous purple satin dress with a little pink flower belt. I slid myself into it, and spent most of the day spinning around because the skirt flared out like a ball gown.
Can you say ‘Christmas tree’ ten times in a row (pronouncing it correctly)?