I’m working on my family traditions seminar thing during a few hours (!!!!) without the girls. It’s next weekend. Where, or where did time go?
Anyhow, my question is:
Would you like it or not like it if friends knocked on your door on Christmas Day afternoon for a short visit?
(Sorry, I couldn’t get that any more succinct).
Would it be an imposition? Welcomed? Inconvenient?
What if said friends were bearing cookies or something? Or a song. Or cheerful smiles.
See, we always get restless on Christmas Day when we’re here at home. Probably because we’re not in the advantageous situation of having to placate and please and entertain and feed our extended family. (In other words, lonely.) And I’ve always thought how nice it would be to hop in the car and go around spreading (and getting) some Christmas cheer. But I’ve never been sure how such a thing would be received. But now I can ask for the good of humanity…would this be a good family tradition? (That is, could we show up on YOUR doorstep this Christmas?)