I love the week of Thanksgiving because it’s the start of Holiday Movies! Much to the dread of Eric since he would probably tell you, irritatingly, I have them on 24/7. Since I work from home, and I like to have noise in the background, the TV is often a comforting office mate. Especially if I’m working on a boring project like designing a financial newsletter (oops, I better check my list of daily blog-email-subscribers in case that client subscribed). But before Thanksgiving, I remind Eric that it’s almost time for the Christmas Movie Season!! Yah! But I do not know why he’s complaining. He actually gets a lot of work done the month of December because he’s in his workshop a lot longer (he is not a big fan like me).
So I’m compiling a small list of most of my favorites that I will post later. Soon, there will be a few networks that will be running Christmas movies over and over again. A Christmasmoviephile’s dream! My list will include theater movies and the sappy made-for-tv movies. I’ll try and keep it under 15.
** This is the definition of a Christmasmoviephiliac from Eric in his own words: “If you start watching Christmas movies before Thanksgiving, you have a problem. If you watch a Christmas movie every day, then you have a problem. If you have seen the movie at least 5 times and you still watch it, you have a problem. If you have watched it every year for more than 10 years, then you have a problem.” His words, not mine.