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BY ANGELINA DEVINCENZO, East Lake High School
Slow down! The month of December is a busy time of year for everyone, and it’s almost half over, but there is still time to log in some memories. Use this holiday bucket list to count down the last 12 days before Dec. 25, doing one thing each day. Take pictures of yourself and your friends accomplishing each item on the list to put in a scrapbook. Make time! You’re worth it.
Write your own Christmas carol or Hanukkah song, and sing it into your phone to send to friends. Who knows? Maybe one day it will become famous.
Make your favorite Pinterest holiday craft and give it to someone you love.
Watch an ABC Family or Hallmark Channel holiday movie.
Take a photo of your favorite ornament and put it on Instagram, tagged #tb2andyou.
Go to the mall and take pictures with Santa.
Wear a tacky Christmas sweater to school with pride!
Volunteer to serve food to the homeless at a shelter. Pictured at bottom middle, Rays manager Joe Maddon at the annual Thanksmas.
Have a snowball fight. (Yes, in Florida.) Use cotton balls, or artificial snow from a craft store, and VOILA!
Organize a Christmas light viewing party.
Go ice skating with friends
Make reindeer food to sprinkle over your lawn on Christmas Eve, causing kindergarten flashbacks! Read Clement Moore’s classic The Night Before Christmas
Go to random places dressed up as Santa! At the grocery store, purchase only milk, cookies and carrots for the reindeer.