The F Word
For today’s blog entry, I’m going to be talking about the F word…
Yes, you read that right. But fear not, this isn’t going to be one of those explicit posts.
I am in fact talking about all things FESTIVE.
But before we jump into it, I should probably introduce myself. My name is Ross, I’m 26 years old and I am a disabled blogger from Cornwall.
Often described as a ‘cheeky chappy’, I am a massive fan of all Christmas – ’tis the season to be jolly after all! There’s definitely something special in the air around this time of year, and I’m not just talking about the Cornish chill.
Christmas Day itself is great, but it’s the festive build up that really excites me.
With that being said, I have listed below my 3 favourite ‘F’s’ in the countdown to Christmas:
Nothing beats a cosy night in, watching a Christmas film with a hot chocolate in hand. Am I right?
My go-to film for the season is The Santa Clause, featuring Tim Allen. Over the years, it has become a tradition of sorts in my family, to all sit down and watch this film together.
Christmas also wouldn’t be the same without watching The Grinch or ELF, because we all know I’m a massive kid at heart.
Watching a Christmas film under the blankets definitely beats the hustle and bustle of late-night shopping in my opinion.
PIGS IN BLANKETS – enough said. If you follow me online, or if you’re a regular reader of my blog, then you will know that I am a proper foodie at heart.
Roast dinners are legit my favourite meal, so you can imagine the size of my plate come Christmas Day!
I’m also not a drinker, hence why I probably make up for it with my food intake. I love me some Christmas pudding, or a yule log – I’m not fussy!
Friends & Family
Although I’m lucky enough to see my friends and family all year round, I love any excuse for a festive get-together. Meals out, Christmas parties, work gatherings – I’m in!
As much as I love the cosy nights in, there’s nothing wrong with a bit of festive fancy dress either!
So, there we have it, my favourite ‘F Words’ in the countdown to Christmas.
Do you have any special holiday traditions? What’s your go-to festive film? Let us know in the comments below!