I have fond memories of being 15 and ironing the carefully-saved Christmas paper and ribbons flat to be used yet again, and sometimes finding last year's already-written tags in the box for re-use as well.
Oh my, Tamar! Thank you for replying.
I know someone who also irons the Christmas paper for reuse, and she likes to wind the ribbons around her fingers, also. Her and her partner also like to have a small ritual of screwing up pristine sheets of newspaper around chestnuts and like throwing them onto the open fire.
No decorations, no traditions, no gifts, no songs, no special dinner.
I, I can't cook very well, myself. It's mostly this, um, family restaurant carvery I have planned with a couple of free offers if someone eats the free sundae icecream.
You appear to be a good guesser - as I can't sing, and once I had to squawk my way through Silent Night, so I'm exempt from singing, therefore, no songs.
I do have decorations, mostly tinsel. And online shopping is a boon. Such a pity I'm distracted by all the offers.
It's all this wifi, they don't know that it's still wires that make it all work.
Oh sure. I'm the wireless connector in my family, not the plumber, nor the bed-maker, nor the early maid to wake up this dreadful teenager.