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Unread postby deedee » Tue Dec 05, 2006 4:38 am

Season's Greetings to all. Haven't been on the Zone for awhile, but had to check in to see what you all were up to.
I'll be starting my annual Emily Dickenson Fruit Cake Bake-a-thon this weekend. Have to add a few more reciepients to the list.Each year the list grows and I think I might have to start mixing these things in a bathtub. I'll be sending one to Dear Anita in Woody Creek..have to keep up that tradition.
This year I'll be spending Christmas with Dad and Family in No.Virginia. Maybe this year I can get together with Susanne...Gifts this year will indeed include Johnny Calenders, POTC-DMC DVDs, some Pirate items from Noble House.com (you all must check out their website(www.noblehouse.com) they have some great Pirates,Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings stuff), and the kids at Hospice will also be remembered by giving bracelets.
We have a very traditional German Christmas at our house, full of decoration,music,cookies,candies and cakes,mulled wine,goose and venison dinner. Since my Mother is no longer with us, guess who gets to do all this?? But it is worth it when I see the smiles from family and friends.
I want to wish you all a very Happy Holiday Season and hope and pray that you all are healthy and happy in the coming year.
By the way, don't forget to watch "Buy the Ticket. Take the Ride" on Sunday the 10th, on STARZ! network. Johnny will be recounting some Hunter memories.
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Unread postby DeppInTheHeartOfTexas » Tue Dec 05, 2006 9:21 am

Hi deedee! Glad you stopped in to offer your Seasons Greetings. Sounds like you have a busy but fun month ahead of you. I'm sure Anita will be glad to receive the annual fruit cake!
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Unread postby Jackslady » Tue Dec 05, 2006 3:45 pm

It's very interesting reading about how everyone celebrates!

I'm a window dresser and Christmas begins for us in August, when my boss (along with input from the team) designs the scheme for our windows. There are four of us to dress 27 windows, it is incredibly hectic and suprisingly demanding! I could be working on anything from high-end fashion mannequin dressing to being presented with various kettles/toasters and vacuum cleaners and told to make them "look festive"! Sometimes if the store director dislikes a particular window for whatever reason, the whole thing will have to be taken apart and done again - this happened to me this year with two windows. However, on the plus side this year I got to do our biggest window, which is like a room set showcasing a bedroom, a dining area and a living room. I did the bedroom like a little girl's room - pink bed linen, cuddly toys and a party dress hanging on the chest of drawers, that was great fun. I was very excited to be given the opportunity!

I will be working on and off throughout Christmas as our store goes into the sale and we gradually strip out every window for the sale banners. I don't have any family so Christmas can be a bit strange but I have developed my own strategy for it. In England we have Boxing Day following Christmas Day, and that is my day for me. I will get up late, go for a walk, cook myself a big dinner, open a bottle of wine and listen to my favourite music. Then I will probably watch Johnny in something on DVD. I have bought some new books to read and have wrapped them so I have a present to open, sounds crazy but it works! Kind friends often ask me to spend time with them, but I have to say with so much Christmas in the store, any holiday I do have tends to be low-key.

Probably because I get so much glitz and glam at work, my choice of Christmas decorations at home is very traditional. My favourite item is a little white fairy made from feathers that my Mom bought many years ago. She always sits on top of my tree. My second most favourite item is a Celtic nativity set, a replica of one similar found in a Scottish church and believed to be over 900 years old. The pieces depict the Holy family, along with the Kings, the Shepherds and an ox and a lamb. I always place this on my hearth where it reminds me of what Christmas means.

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Unread postby suec » Tue Dec 05, 2006 6:09 pm

Happy Holidays all! They seem like a long way away to me, because I hardly ever think ahead. In our family, we check up with each round about the 20th as to who will be hosting for the Christmas dinner, and then there is a mad panic rush to get in supplies.
This year, there is a departure from tradition, because we have agreed not buy presents for each other, except for the kids, which I am really hapy about. I don't care for the commercialism of Christmas. I will be spending more time with my family though, to make up for this. But we are getting the kids presents, because of the fun and excitement and it is more about what Christmas is about, for them.
I normally put up two trees - at the last minute, of course. I have usually finished by Christmas Eve! But this year, I am hosting an event much earlier, so I have got to get cracking this weekend on them.
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Unread postby DeppInTheHeartOfTexas » Tue Dec 05, 2006 8:09 pm

Jackslady, what a fun, but I'm sure hectic, job you have! Did you manage to sprinkle a little pirate loot in those rooms? :capnjack:

suec, it seems several people have posted they are cutting back on gift giving and increasing the family time this year. Maybe it will become a trend.
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Unread postby DarkAngel » Tue Dec 05, 2006 8:41 pm

I hope I´m allowed to post here, too.. :blush: I never posted in a ONBC thread before... :blush: (Just because my English isn´t good enough to read a whole book in English and then to discuss .. :blush:)

Interesting to read what the zoners plan for Christmas. Your list is great DeepintheheartofTexas. :thanks!:

I don´t know.... getting older means (at least to me) that Christmas means fewer than before... As a kid I just loved christmas (which kid doesn´t?). I have an older brother and my father always took us to a little road trip or we drove to the campground where we had a trailer... we spent the time till evening there, we played, ate something and later, after getting darker, we drove home and then Christ Child (it´s different in Germany, on Christmas not Santa is coming but the Christ Child, Santa is coming today or tomorrow.. 6th or 5th of December) had been there! It was always the same, we came home, took my mam and we drove to the next village to visit my grandparents (the parents of my mother), then we drove home went to the parents of my father (we lived in the same house together) and then we all went into our appartement and there we spent some time. My mother made something to eat and we kids played with our new toys. :cloud9: But now getting older and all my grandparents gone, it isn´t the same... my brother has a girlfriend and will spend the rest of the evening with her and go to work the next day. I´m not sure, I´ll have four days off (from Saturday till Tuesday) and then I´m not sure...maybe I have to work.. I asked my boss today but all I got was a laugh... :-/ All other people was faster than I...and I´m afraid if the factory isn´t closed that days, I have to go... but then, if my favorite boss and one of my nice co-workers will work too..I think I rather go working that stay at home....
I will have a tiny christmas tree and I´ll spend the evening with my parents. I think my brother will be there for some hours too...but then, not much presents, just something from the parents for me and my brother and my brother and I we´ll give something to each other...but then, the real important things, the things I really would love to have aren´t things you can buy or make or whatever...and that makes whole Christmas to a very sad part of the year...at least for me.. I just feel depressed at that time of the year.... :-/
I wish I could take a plane and fly to somewhere where nobody celebrates Christmas... :blush:
About presents...I don´t know, at least one present will be Johnny related... :cloud9: Something for my good friend who´s a huge Johnny fan, too... :cool: I´m not sure what...I have to check it out...if I get something Johnny related? I don´t know but I hope so.. :hope: I would love to get the DMC DVD... :hope:
I hope it´s okay what I wrote.... Christmas doesn´t mean that much for me anymore....it´s just the fact that the year ends and everything seems to be odd..weird...I don´t know....a new year is waiting and nobody knows what´s coming and that makes me afraid of that whole thing....
The new year eve I´ll spend with a friend..she lives in Ludwigshafen and we´ll go to Mannheim (a bigger city than all those I live nearby) and we´ll have some fun... drink too much and talk too much.. :lol:

But I wish you all nice holidays.. :hug:
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Unread postby 3eyescat » Tue Dec 05, 2006 8:48 pm

Happy Holidays To Everyone!!!

Well, for Christmas my folks and I get together usually at my parents house and do a cool party usually we make my favorite food TAMALES and champurrado, yummy! or posole. We open gifts at midnight and I'm hoping to get lots and lots of stuff with Johnny's face on it. :bounce: (I love this green bouncing guy aint he cool?) back to the subject we break a pinata and play and drink some tequila, weeeeeh! Well as you can see we have what I call a Mexican style Christmas. Sometimes Santa comes by (which really is my auncle who does a great job on acting like santa, just dont tell my neeces and nephews :bride: ) I hope everyone enjoys their Holidays!!!

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Unread postby fansmom » Tue Dec 05, 2006 9:45 pm

DarkAngel, everyone's welcome at the ONBC, whether you've done the homework or not. And I think the holidays have a bittersweet side for everyone over the age of five. As a child, I remember my brother crying every Christmas afternoon, from unmet expectations. Now he's living at a Buddhist school in Los Angeles, so he may have found the non-Christmas place you're looking for.
3eyescat wrote:Well, for Christmas my folks and I get together usually at my parents house and do a cool party usually we make my favorite food TAMALES and champurrado, yummy! or posole.
Ok, tamales I am familiar with, but I had to look up champurrado--a special hot chocolate thickened with masa and flavored with piloncillo and aniseeds--and posole--a traditional Mexican dish from the Pacific coast region of Jalisco. A thick soup that's usually made with pork, hominy, garlic, onion, chili peppers, cilantro, and broth.

Did I find the right foods, 3eyescat?

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Unread postby Liz » Tue Dec 05, 2006 10:56 pm

deedee wrote:Season's Greetings to all. Haven't been on the Zone for awhile, but had to check in to see what you all were up to.
I'll be starting my annual Emily Dickenson Fruit Cake Bake-a-thon this weekend. Have to add a few more reciepients to the list.Each year the list grows and I think I might have to start mixing these things in a bathtub. I'll be sending one to Dear Anita in Woody Creek..have to keep up that tradition.
This year I'll be spending Christmas with Dad and Family in No.Virginia. Maybe this year I can get together with Susanne...Gifts this year will indeed include Johnny Calenders, POTC-DMC DVDs, some Pirate items from Noble House.com (you all must check out their website(www.noblehouse.com) they have some great Pirates,Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings stuff), and the kids at Hospice will also be remembered by giving bracelets.
We have a very traditional German Christmas at our house, full of decoration,music,cookies,candies and cakes,mulled wine,goose and venison dinner. Since my Mother is no longer with us, guess who gets to do all this?? But it is worth it when I see the smiles from family and friends.
I want to wish you all a very Happy Holiday Season and hope and pray that you all are healthy and happy in the coming year.
By the way, don't forget to watch "Buy the Ticket. Take the Ride" on Sunday the 10th, on STARZ! network. Johnny will be recounting some Hunter memories.
Love you all....


Deedee, glad to see you. :wave: I wish I had STARZ. :-/ Keep up that Emily Dickenson fruit cake tradition. :cool:
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Unread postby Liz » Tue Dec 05, 2006 11:00 pm

Jackslady wrote:It's very interesting reading about how everyone celebrates!

I'm a window dresser and Christmas begins for us in August, when my boss (along with input from the team) designs the scheme for our windows. There are four of us to dress 27 windows, it is incredibly hectic and suprisingly demanding! I could be working on anything from high-end fashion mannequin dressing to being presented with various kettles/toasters and vacuum cleaners and told to make them "look festive"! Sometimes if the store director dislikes a particular window for whatever reason, the whole thing will have to be taken apart and done again - this happened to me this year with two windows. However, on the plus side this year I got to do our biggest window, which is like a room set showcasing a bedroom, a dining area and a living room. I did the bedroom like a little girl's room - pink bed linen, cuddly toys and a party dress hanging on the chest of drawers, that was great fun. I was very excited to be given the opportunity!

I will be working on and off throughout Christmas as our store goes into the sale and we gradually strip out every window for the sale banners. I don't have any family so Christmas can be a bit strange but I have developed my own strategy for it. In England we have Boxing Day following Christmas Day, and that is my day for me. I will get up late, go for a walk, cook myself a big dinner, open a bottle of wine and listen to my favourite music. Then I will probably watch Johnny in something on DVD. I have bought some new books to read and have wrapped them so I have a present to open, sounds crazy but it works! Kind friends often ask me to spend time with them, but I have to say with so much Christmas in the store, any holiday I do have tends to be low-key.

Probably because I get so much glitz and glam at work, my choice of Christmas decorations at home is very traditional. My favourite item is a little white fairy made from feathers that my Mom bought many years ago. She always sits on top of my tree. My second most favourite item is a Celtic nativity set, a replica of one similar found in a Scottish church and believed to be over 900 years old. The pieces depict the Holy family, along with the Kings, the Shepherds and an ox and a lamb. I always place this on my hearth where it reminds me of what Christmas means.

Peace to all, wherever you are, all over the world and my best wishes for a wonderful 2007.


Jackslady, I always thought window dressing would be a fun occupation. :cool: And your Christmas decorations sound very interesting. I wish I could see them.
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Unread postby Liz » Tue Dec 05, 2006 11:05 pm

fansmom wrote:DarkAngel, everyone's welcome at the ONBC, whether you've done the homework or not. And I think the holidays have a bittersweet side for everyone over the age of five. As a child, I remember my brother crying every Christmas afternoon, from unmet expectations. Now he's living at a Buddhist school in Los Angeles, so he may have found the non-Christmas place you're looking for.
3eyescat wrote:Well, for Christmas my folks and I get together usually at my parents house and do a cool party usually we make my favorite food TAMALES and champurrado, yummy! or posole.
Ok, tamales I am familiar with, but I had to look up champurrado--a special hot chocolate thickened with masa and flavored with piloncillo and aniseeds--and posole--a traditional Mexican dish from the Pacific coast region of Jalisco. A thick soup that's usually made with pork, hominy, garlic, onion, chili peppers, cilantro, and broth.

Did I find the right foods, 3eyescat?


Both the tamales and that soup sound really good. I'm in the market for a good Christmas Eve dinner idea. So maybe....
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Unread postby Liz » Tue Dec 05, 2006 11:13 pm

DarkAngel wrote:I hope I´m allowed to post here, too.. :blush: I never posted in a ONBC thread before... :blush: (Just because my English isn´t good enough to read a whole book in English and then to discuss .. :blush:)

Interesting to read what the zoners plan for Christmas. Your list is great DeepintheheartofTexas. :thanks!:

I don´t know.... getting older means (at least to me) that Christmas means fewer than before... As a kid I just loved christmas (which kid doesn´t?). I have an older brother and my father always took us to a little road trip or we drove to the campground where we had a trailer... we spent the time till evening there, we played, ate something and later, after getting darker, we drove home and then Christ Child (it´s different in Germany, on Christmas not Santa is coming but the Christ Child, Santa is coming today or tomorrow.. 6th or 5th of December) had been there! It was always the same, we came home, took my mam and we drove to the next village to visit my grandparents (the parents of my mother), then we drove home went to the parents of my father (we lived in the same house together) and then we all went into our appartement and there we spent some time. My mother made something to eat and we kids played with our new toys. :cloud9: But now getting older and all my grandparents gone, it isn´t the same... my brother has a girlfriend and will spend the rest of the evening with her and go to work the next day. I´m not sure, I´ll have four days off (from Saturday till Tuesday) and then I´m not sure...maybe I have to work.. I asked my boss today but all I got was a laugh... :-/ All other people was faster than I...and I´m afraid if the factory isn´t closed that days, I have to go... but then, if my favorite boss and one of my nice co-workers will work too..I think I rather go working that stay at home....
I will have a tiny christmas tree and I´ll spend the evening with my parents. I think my brother will be there for some hours too...but then, not much presents, just something from the parents for me and my brother and my brother and I we´ll give something to each other...but then, the real important things, the things I really would love to have aren´t things you can buy or make or whatever...and that makes whole Christmas to a very sad part of the year...at least for me.. I just feel depressed at that time of the year.... :-/
I wish I could take a plane and fly to somewhere where nobody celebrates Christmas... :blush:
About presents...I don´t know, at least one present will be Johnny related... :cloud9: Something for my good friend who´s a huge Johnny fan, too... :cool: I´m not sure what...I have to check it out...if I get something Johnny related? I don´t know but I hope so.. :hope: I would love to get the DMC DVD... :hope:
I hope it´s okay what I wrote.... Christmas doesn´t mean that much for me anymore....it´s just the fact that the year ends and everything seems to be odd..weird...I don´t know....a new year is waiting and nobody knows what´s coming and that makes me afraid of that whole thing....
The new year eve I´ll spend with a friend..she lives in Ludwigshafen and we´ll go to Mannheim (a bigger city than all those I live nearby) and we´ll have some fun... drink too much and talk too much.. :lol:

But I wish you all nice holidays.. :hug:


Dark Angel, THANK YOU for posting. You are welcome anytime here. In fact, I find it fascinating to read what those from countries other than mine have to say about traditions, books or whatever. I think your English is very good, by the way. So PLEASE feel that you can post anytime.

I'm sorry that Christmas time can be depressing for you. Sometimes it is depressing for me, too--even though I have nothing to be depressed about. I just think that it is a very emotional time of year.
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Unread postby 3eyescat » Wed Dec 06, 2006 3:00 am

fansmom wrote:DarkAngel, everyone's welcome at the ONBC, whether you've done the homework or not. And I think the holidays have a bittersweet side for everyone over the age of five. As a child, I remember my brother crying every Christmas afternoon, from unmet expectations. Now he's living at a Buddhist school in Los Angeles, so he may have found the non-Christmas place you're looking for.
3eyescat wrote:Well, for Christmas my folks and I get together usually at my parents house and do a cool party usually we make my favorite food TAMALES and champurrado, yummy! or posole.
Ok, tamales I am familiar with, but I had to look up champurrado--a special hot chocolate thickened with masa and flavored with piloncillo and aniseeds--and posole--a traditional Mexican dish from the Pacific coast region of Jalisco. A thick soup that's usually made with pork, hominy, garlic, onion, chili peppers, cilantro, and broth.

Did I find the right foods, 3eyescat?


yes those are the right food. The posole originated in Jalisco but they make different posole in different parts of Mexico I know its still Mexico but it varies from state to state. I'm suprise you took the time to look those up. Thanks. The champurrado is really deicious its just perfect to sit next to the fireplace and be drinking it. :bounce: By the way have a Happy Holiday!!!

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Unread postby 3eyescat » Wed Dec 06, 2006 3:03 am

Liz wrote:
fansmom wrote:DarkAngel, everyone's welcome at the ONBC, whether you've done the homework or not. And I think the holidays have a bittersweet side for everyone over the age of five. As a child, I remember my brother crying every Christmas afternoon, from unmet expectations. Now he's living at a Buddhist school in Los Angeles, so he may have found the non-Christmas place you're looking for.
3eyescat wrote:Well, for Christmas my folks and I get together usually at my parents house and do a cool party usually we make my favorite food TAMALES and champurrado, yummy! or posole.
Ok, tamales I am familiar with, but I had to look up champurrado--a special hot chocolate thickened with masa and flavored with piloncillo and aniseeds--and posole--a traditional Mexican dish from the Pacific coast region of Jalisco. A thick soup that's usually made with pork, hominy, garlic, onion, chili peppers, cilantro, and broth.

Did I find the right foods, 3eyescat?


Both the tamales and that soup sound really good. I'm in the market for a good Christmas Eve dinner idea. So maybe....


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Unread postby Lucky13 » Wed Dec 06, 2006 8:47 am

Happy Holidays Everyone !

Traditions.... those long treasured memories of days gone by.
My parents were of Czech nationality and as Depputante mentioned, periogies were ALWAYS on the Christmas menu....potato my favorite ! :cool: Our Christmas Eve was a huge celebration beginning with a delicious meal, (Rib Roast with Yorkshire Pudding and all the appropriate side dishes, and a ethnic dessert, which at 46, I still cannot pronounce. :blush: I would best describe it like bread pudding. It was then on to Midnight Mass... (I'm Catholic) which seemed like it lasted forever. Mysteriously, while at Mass, Santa ALWAYS delivered the presents. It took us awhile to figure out why Dad always "forgot his gloves" before leaving for Church and what in the world took him so long to run back inside to get them. Silly us ! Upon returning from Church, we would find all our presents under the tree. It was then time to enjoy hot cocoa and a what seemed like a Bakery of homemade cookies that mom had so lovingly made.... very YUMMY indeed !

Christmas Day was another huge meal with aunts, uncles and cousins. Did I mention my mom is one of 13 children ? :-O
Yes, Christmas Day was over the top with people.

As my siblings and I have gotten older, the "gift giving" has lessened and we share in a silly grab bag... something like what Liz mentioned.. you chose a wrapped gift or steal someone else's. It makes for quite a few good laughs. One year, I placed a $100 dollar bill in a plain brown lunch bag and just stapled the top. No bows or fancy ribbons .. I wrote Merry Christmas on the outside with red and green crayons..... needless to say, we have all reaffirmed that just because the outside doesn't look all fancy and decorative doesn't mean that something fantastic won't be inside!

We have started to spend much more time with each other during the entire Holiday Season beginning with Thanksgiving. We visit downtown Chicago and take a horse drawn carriage ride to see all the storefront windows....simply beautiful, hopefully see a good Christmas movie if one is released during that time.... we've also seen the Nutcracker and the Rockettes in past years... just enjoy quality time together. We'll be seeing the Brian Setzer Orchestra this Saturday night. We've come to appreciate that it's not about gifts, but rather time with those we love. So that's my story........ thanks for letting me share it with all of you !

I wish everyone here a holiday season filled with good health, happiness and peace.
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