As far as I know, I'll be spending the holiday with my huge extended family. In other words, I'll be where there are the fewest people, until the "main event" begins. Enjoying the outdoors will come immediately afterward.
Thanksgiving was more than 12 people while I visited family out of town. For the Christmas season, it's just hubby, me and the dog I love my extended family, but I'm glad we'll just be hanging out at home together relaxing!
I will have one meal with my side (us + 9) and one meal with my husband's side (us + 6). Though one of my brothers is always trying to avoid spending Christmas with his family so who knows it may be 6 and not 9.
Ahh kill me. I hate the sound of holidays, I just want it to be over already. I hate traditions, having to spend time with people, having to spend money on presents, blah blah blah, i just don't like it.
I don't think my family's going over to my grandma's house this year, but if we do, I'll be spending atleast part of the holiday with my mom, dad, two sisters, two cousins, my grandma, my aunt, two uncles, and my cousin's girlfriend. Perhaps even some other people that I don't meet very often. So it's possible I'll be spending part of it with eleven people or so. I don't like family get togethers, I really don't :frustrating:
If that doesn't happen, then I'll be spending the whole of my holiday with just my mom, dad, and two sisters...Four people.
My ESTJ ex-boyfriend is typically healthy (mentally/physically). We broke up over bizarre circumstances:
Fell in love on the job. Totally compatible in almost all hobbies, music, television, political interests and family values.
He typically is honest with strong integrity, HOWEVER- was...
Had an interesting discussion today about this. Someone was talking how they couldn't be happy doing a job they didn't love. The guy was ISFP and I told him that I, personally, don't need to love my job. In the end, money is the most important thing to me. I can do what I love doing on my own...