Christmas is just around the corner and I don’t know about you but I’m as giddy as a kipper!
I love going shopping for a Christmas tree and covering it with as many cheesy decorations as possible!
Last year one of my kids bought me a bauble that looks like a bottle of wine! I can’t wait to put it on my tree this year!
As some of you may know I actually come from England, but I decided to take a big leap and move over here.
It was the second best decision of my life (the first was marrying Walt).
One of my favorite things to do during the festive season is putting up my Christmas tree and the decorations.
It’s a big part of my Christmas, and getting everyone round to help decorate has become a very big part of my Christmas tradition.
A Christmas where this didn’t happen would be a very rubbish Christmas.
Even though my kids are all grown up, they still come over every year to help me decorate.
It just fills my heart with Christmas joy!
Most people have a certain decoration they absolutely treasure.
For me, it’s a glass tree topper I brought over to America, it was a gift from my Great Grandma.
It’s still perfectly preserved throughout the years and takes pride of place on top of my Christmas tree every year.
But if I was told to remove it, I think I would be left broken-hearted, and I’m sure you’d feel the same if something similar happened to you.
Well, that’s exactly what happened to this British couple, who were told to remove their Christmas wreath from their front door.
The couple has spoken out and publicly shamed the people who told them they had to remove their Christmas wreath because it was deemed a fire hazard.
Charlie Bridges and Katie Tomkinson soon received a letter after placing a wreath on their front door.
The letter told them to take it down by December 18 or face having it confiscated.
How rude! Where’s their Christmas Spirit?!