Yes, it is that time of the year again. You can nearly never sleep on Christmas Eve, so if you get out of bed to have a snack, take out your laptop and visit my blog, which will let you know what Christmas is all about. To make this post more enjoyable, you could make yourself a mug of hot cocoa to sip while reading.
Here is a list from A-Z about this lovely holiday. If you have found some more interesting Christmas words, feel free to tell me about them in the comment section below. Thanks, and happy reading!
A: A is for snow angels, which a younger sibling might be making.
B: B is for the board games that you might play with your family and friends.
C: C is for your special Christmas cookies, which make your mouth water instantly, your taste buds getting very curious about the party in your nose.
D: D is for December, the month of Christmas Day.
E: E is for some delicious egg nog, a frothy and yummy seasonal drink.
F: F is for family and friends who you can spend your Christmas with.
G: G is for the gifts that you will receive in the morning, after barely sleeping.
H: H is for hot chocolate, which you might be sipping at the moment.
I: I is for the icicles that form on your snowman’s carrot nose.
J: J is for the joy that flows within you whenever Christmas is near.
K: K is for Krampus, who haunts our Christmas Eve dreams.
L: L is for Christmas lights, one of the biggest hassles of the holiday.
M: It is always embarrassing to be a child and be below mistletoe, so beware 😜!
N: N is for the New Year that always follows Christmas, every year.
O: O is for the Christmas ornaments which you might be hanging on the tree very, very shortly. Do you have any homemade decorations?
P: P is for a friend’s Christmas party that you might attend this year.
Q: Q is for the quiet time spent with your family. Whether it’s playing a card game or watching a movie, you are surely not always talking!
R: R is for relatives that might be willing to bake their own special recipe!
S: S is for snow, which could be falling right… now. Take a glance, and let me know: what kind of weather do you have? (I would want to have snow!)
T: T is for the tea that you could be sipping in the car while travelling.
U: U is for an ugly Christmas sweater; your eye will probably follow everybody else’s – they’ll be glaring at the strange sight.
V: V is for the visits that neighbours, friends, or family may pay – hopefully they are carrying a batch of freshly baked cookies or other baked goods!
W: W is for a wreath that you could hang on your door. Look closely; what leaves does it use? Does it have a ribbon? If so, what colour is it?
X: X is for a xylophone; I used to want one for X-Mas.
Y: Y is for Yule, which is coming up very soon.
Z: There is always a great amount of zeal on Christmas Day.
Well, that is all twenty-six of them. Thanks for reading, and I hope you want to keep on reading after this post. Now, for the final song: (clearing throat) I wish you a merry Christmas, I wish you a merry Christmas, I WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS… and a math-crammed New Year!!
Thanks again for reading.