Christmas TV History: Christmas In July

This is the third year in which I participated in Joanna Wilson’s Christmas In July questionnaire from her blog, Christmas TV History. Wilson offers this questionnaire every year; anyone can participate. Every year the questionnaire focuses on christmas entertainment in an interesting way. This year she focused on Muppet holiday programing and when the best programing was produced. Yesterday, she posted my answers on her site.

This is a great way for bloggers to get to know one another, and a great place to find new Christmas favorites to watch. I hope you will check it out.

Here are the questions I had to answer (feel free to come up with your own answers):

1) Name your favorite Henson’s Muppet Christmas program and why. (For example: “Christmas Eve on Sesame Street,” “Muppet Christmas Carol,” “Muppet Family Christmas, “John Denver and the Muppets: Christmas Together,” “Elmo Saves Christmas,” “The Christmas Toy,” etc.) If you have no Muppet preference, feel free to name another puppet Christmas favorite.

2) Which decade produced the bulk of your favorite Christmas entertainment?

3) Imagine the entertainment behind your ideal Christmas Eve dinner. Name the appetizer, entrée, and dessert.

4) What Christmas episode, special or movie doesn’t exist–that you wish did? Feel free to get creative.

5) If one Christmas movie, special or episode was to be selected for a time capsule to opened in 1,000 years, which title do you think should be included?

Please check Wilson’s site and, if you are interested, check out her Christmas In July Party.
Here is the link to my answers: Christmas in July 2018: Laura Rachel

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