[POLL] How Do YOU Spend The Holiday Season?

It’s always enlightening to learn what other women in our generation are thinking and doing. Every Thursday, FabOverFifty asks members of our community a series of simple questions about pretty complex issues (and some not so complex issues), then we report the results back to you!

THIS WEEK, WE’RE CURIOUS ABOUT YOUR COMINGS, GOINGS AND FEELINGS DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON!1


1. Overall, do you enjoy the holiday season?

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2. If you answered ‘No’ to question #1, why not?

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3. Do you stay home or go away, even if only for a couple of nights?

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4. Do you have overnight guests at any time during the holidays?

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5. If you answered ‘Yes’ to question #4’, are the guests friends or relatives?

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6. If your children live away from home, who visits whom during the holidays?

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7. How long do your guests usually stay?

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8. Do you prefer being a hostess or guest for holiday meals?

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9. If you’re a hostess during the holidays, do you usually cook the important meals yourself?

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10. If you answered ‘yes’ to question #9, how much time do you typically spend preparing the meal?

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11. Do you have holiday rituals?

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If you have holiday rituals, comment below about your favorite one.

  • Diana Verner

    We always take the grandkids downtown to see the Christmas windows and shop and then have lunch. We end the evening with wrapping gifts and trimming the tree. I love the Christmas Holidays sometimes I think, more than the kids.

  • S Fischer

    going for Christmas Eve Service at church then home to open stocking gifts.

  • Jill Rogers Sutton

    Watching Rudolph – which I know verbatim, songs and all – and going to our small southern town’s Christmas parade with our dogs dressed like elves and having our pictures made with parade Santa afterwards on his float.

    • Geri Brin

      Hi Jill,
      That sounds absolutely wonderful. As a life-long New Yorker, I can say that your holiday-time experiences are sorely missing from life here.

      I hope you are blessed with health and joy this season.

      Geri