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Fake Degree Certificate
- (tutkintotodistus) – The actual certificate given to verfy completion of the degree.
- bogus: fraudulent; having a misleading appearance
- Forge or counterfeit (something)
- Make (an event) appear to happen
- something that is a counterfeit; not what it seems to be
- Pretend to feel or suffer from (an emotion or illness)
- forge: make a copy of with the intent to deceive; “he faked the signature”; “they counterfeited dollar bills”; “She forged a Green Card”
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Good Mail Day Swap!!
As of last week, my internet at home as been out and I recently learned that my home internet service provider is no longer able to provide service to my village. As in, ever. again. This really bites for many reasons. One, I’m working on my master’s online and will now be at school even more than normal to complete homework assignments and such. Two, I was already feeling incredibly disconnected this past semester and now I’m afraid that not being able to communicate with people when I’m home will further this disconnect. But hey, at least I’ll be able to add "I had to walk a half mile up hill in -40 degree weather just to use the internet!" to things I can one day tell my children.
And yay for this swap!! That will connect me to YOU! woo hoo!
Here are my deets:
Which holidays do you celebrate, if any?
Thanksgiving and Christmas!
What is your favorite holiday tradition?
The Christmas caroling party my family attended every year for 20 years. Our dear family friends used to live in an historic neighborhood in downtown Kalamazoo and they held the party every December. There was always lots of yummy food, singing around the piano, kids running all over the place, plenty of fluffy snow, and then Christmas caroling along cobblestoned streets that were lit by luminaries. There’s even an old castle in the neighborhood we’d go visit. Sadly, those friends sold their house this past summer and the caroling parties are no more.
I also bake gingerbread cookies and use my grandmother’s old recipe and all her old cookie cutters. I make sure to frost them the same way she always used to and to use chocolate chips for eyes and buttons, too. It’s just not the same without those gingerbread cookies.
I grew up Catholic and am not Catholic anymore, but I still love to go to Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve and then hearing all the church bells while driving home. I’m really looking forward to it this year. I think it’s the familiarity of it all that I love.
For New Year’s, are you a party animal or quiet night at home type?
I go back and forth. Some years I babysit and party with my favorite kiddos. Other years I attend parties or just hang out with friends. I’m not big on fireworks at all, so I don’t care about catching them. This year I’m going to an Indigo Girls concert in Anchorage on New Years Eve. !!!!!!!
What drives you banana hammocks about the holidays? Tempting foods? Relatives? Shopping?
Decorating the Christmas tree. I loathe it. We always had an artificial tree growing up and my dad was super anal about making sure every fake limb was just perfect. It would seriously take us two days to set the damn thing up. One year, after pulling the tree out of the attic, he made me and my sister vacuum the wretched thing. I hope I can make decorating the tree a fun tradition for my family someday, but right now I ask my parents to please make sure it’s decorated before I arrive.
The shopping also drives me nuts, mostly because it’s complete and total culture shock for me to enter the mall during the holidays.
I also have two cousins – both in their 30s and who are brothers – that have been feuding for almost three years now. So we have to have entirely separate Christmases if we want to see them and their kids. It’s annoying and juvenile.
What’s your "comfort" when getting "through" the holiday season? Crafting? Eating? Drinking? :o) Knitting. Cooking. Drinking wine. Walking around and looking at Christmas lights. Wrapping presents. I love wrapping presents, and my mom has paid me to wrap them for her for as long as I can remember. I worked through two holiday seasons at Pottery Barn Kids and would request to work the gift-wrap shifts. I’d clock in, wrap gifts in the back for five hours, clock out, and go home. It pretty much rocked.
Holiday foods you like
Those Brach’s peppermint nougats with the little trees in the middle are my all-time fave. Also spiced cider, sweet potato casserole, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce, and turkey.
Holiday foods you despise
Egg Nog. Fruitcake. Stuffing. This weird Midwestern side dish called “Ambrosia” that has jello, marshmallows, and coconut. EW.
Foods you can’t eat (allergies, etc.)
Cow’s milk, wheat, gluten.
I’m not allergic to booze, but please don’t send it. I mean, I’d love you if you did. Really. But I live in a dry village (dry=illegal to possess alcohol of any kind) and could have my teaching certificate revoked if caught. Scary.
If you’re set on sending booze, the best way to bootleg it in is to send it in large bags of dog food. The kibble disguises the sound of liquid, and then if the liquid breaks, the kibble absorbs everything.
Don’t ask me how I know this.
I have tons of sock yarn, but it’s always good. I also love Socks That Rock,, Malabrigo, Koigu, Cascade 220. Plymouth Yarn Baby Alpaca. Workhorse yarns are
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