Anywheres where it is not about 28 degrees outside with a windchill factor and thats the high temp for the day
Home... It just wouldn't be the same anywhere else..
My Disney head says WDW!!
But, it would have to be with the family at my Mum and Dad's home!!
"Most of my life I have done what I wanted to do. I have had fun on the job.I have never been able to confine that fun to office hours." ~ Walt Disney
I love Disney, but I love tradition and family even more...
of course... since that's Wisconsn, I guess I could have voted for 'northern state' too.
May 1994- WDW (off property)
May 1997- WDW (off property)
March 2001- WDW (off property)
May 2006- Disneyland (off property)
September 2010- WDW (POFQ)
October 2012 - Wedding and Honeymoon! - WDW (POR)
I love Disney but at Christmas time I gotta say no. The crowds just aren't my thing. I love the decorations so a few weeks before is fine. For me Christmas is all about being at home. So I'm off to Sunny Southern California from Sunny South Florida!
Honestly? Wherever it is dear old Usama is sleeping these days. I've got one serious lump of coal for his stocking.
Then again, I'm a hopeless romantic.
"The society that draws too great of a distinction between its scholars and its warriors will end up having its thinking done by cowards and its fighting done by fools." --probably Thucydides
that didnt take long for me
The happy haunts have received your simpathetic vibrations, and are begining to materialize.They're assembling for a swinging wake,and they will be expecting me.I will see you all a little later
I'm Mister White ChristmasI'm Mister SnowI'm Mister IcicleI'm Mister Ten BelowFriends call me Snow MiserWhat ever I touchTurns to snow in my clutchI'm too much!
i don't suppose some rundown, dirty, roadhouse biker bar would count, would it?
One time, just one time at WDW. I agree with the thought of being at home as usual and how special that really is. But I also think that one time, it would be nice to have Christmas at WDW-crowds or not. Plus my brother lives in Orlando and his job doesn't allow him to take off from Nov 15 through March unless it is an emergency so it would be nice to go and see him also.
although i love me some disney and all things disney, and anything regarding disney. It would not be the same if i wasn't at home going to church, with my husband and 3 children opening gifts, for the two small one's to see what Santa brought, surrounded by family, the decorations, the christmas music, the many many pictures snapped. Okay, i'll stop while i'm ahead...
April 23rd, oh yeah it's gonna be ON!
I have never had a Christmas away from home, things just wouldnt b right. I also havnt had a non white christmas in a long time. I need decorations snow and family for chistmas (and normally my own room).
I voted for home. Home being Texas, but with all my children present. We have not all been together for a Christmas for a long time. This year will be our fifth year without one or more of the kids. This year we will be without any of them. Getting old ****s. Getting old means your children spread their wings and leave you all alone in the nest with the old crow.
I voted for home. This will only be the second time that we have actually stayed home and we sure did enjoy it last year. Although I would love to be at WDW earlier on in December to see all the decorations and enjoy all the holiday doings....I prefer to be at home with my family on the actual day of Christmas!
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