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The Christmas Tag

Christine offered up this tag as a free for all, so I decide to join the fray, because, why not?

First of all, let me express that in no way can I believe that 2015 is almost over, and that Christmas is only a few days away.

Ok, now that I've gotten that out of the way, let's continue the tag!

The rules:

-Post the picture on your blog (The funny thing is, this tag is old and the original pic got lost somewhere along the way, so we’re all having to ignore this rule now.)

-Answer the questions

-Tag up to 12 blogger

-Make up 10 questions for the other bloggers (I heard rumor that there are about twenty questions now, and many people have just been passing along the same list over and over, so pretty much just ignore this rule as well...)
The questions:
1. What is your favorite Christmas treat?  Probably all the Christmas cookies we make with Dad (I have a special relationship with peppermint bark).
2. Are there any special traditions that your family has to celebrate Christmas? Well, …

Inquire if thou pleaseth

Basically, ask me anything; be it past, present, or future, and I'll endeavor to answer your question.

I'll round up your questions sometime in the next couple of weeks, and will most likely have a post of answers before the new year. Wait, 2016 is less than three weeks away?

Have fun, and ask away!

Disclaimer: Please remember that I hold all rights to not answer your question if it requires that I give out too much personal information I do not wish to tell, and/or if it is about the velocity of a european swallow carrying a coconut.

I'mnotgettingsick, I'mnotgettingsick, I'mnotgettingsick.... oh dragon's teeth!

Bang goes that theory. -_-

Night before last, the heater ran all night, and I had the brilliant idea to accidentally sleep a large portion of the night with my mouth open.

Fast-forward to 7:30 yesterday morning. I woke up with a sore throat. Determined to not let it get me down, I continued to function like normal, despite the fact that all I really wanted to do was ignore my alarm clock and pull the blankets back over my head.

I marched downstairs and promptly brewed myself a mug-full of tea. Most the the day, I was able to act like nothing was out of the ordinary- I was even able to finish my science for the rest of the year! (*throws confetti*)

After dinner though, I started getting really really tired. When Mom read us a story in the living room, I almost fell asleep. After she finished, I went back up to my room. If it hadn't been only 8ish I would have gone to sleep immediately, but it was, so instead, I crawled into bed with a book.

I little while later, little sister Mia,…