Top Ten Tuesdays: For TTT this week at The Broke and The Bookish, it is a freebie , so here is mine: My Top Ten Christmas stories (there are more but for once, I decided to stick to ten only, maybe something to do with watching the Pope at the Vatican’s Midnight Mass while writing this list!)
1. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
2. The Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
3. The Gift of the Magi by O ‘Henry
4. The Little Match Girl by Hans Christian Andersen
5. The Elves and the Shoemaker by the Grimm Brothers
6. The Steadfast Tin Soldier by Hans Christian Andersen
7. The Selfish Giant by Oscar Wilde
8. How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr.Seuss
9. A Wallflower Christmas by Lisa Kleypas
10. Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare
For NaBloPoMo, the prompt for today and my answer:
How far would you travel daily for a job you love?
I love travel but I do not think I would love to travel on a daily or regular basis for a job. I prefer the convenience of closeness – I think I would end up moving closer to this job I love.
and I have a lot of recipes for future Tuesday posts but today, I end this post with wishes for a Wonderful Holiday Season…
20 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesdays of Christmas Stories and Happy Holidays”
oo i dont think i know all of these…i once gave up a job that required me to travel…i loved it but family came first…
thank you Brian, as always for your comments and visit..
I chose the same topic for today! Thanks for sharing these. Lots are new to me!
Here's my list of Ten Wonderful Christmas Stories. I hope you will stop by! And Merry Christmas!
thank you Deb..
I've only read 1 of those books! Merry Christmas!
🙂 most of these are short stories so you can finish them pretty soon:)
thank you for the visit and Merry Christmas to you too
How the Grinch Stole Christmas reminds me of How the Grinch Met His Max. That book made me cry. As an adult. With Children. So, I can't read it anymore. lol.
have not read that one – How the Grinch Met His Max.. but if it will make me cry, maybe will not..
Wonderful books! k.
I have driven an hour away for my job. I have also had a job within walking distance. Now that I am retired I am glad not to have to drive at all.
🙂 i do drive between 25 to 45 minutes to work..(depending on traffic) but since i work from home a couple of days each week, so far, it has been bearable..will be glad to drive even lesser if possible to work..
nice…i know some of these books…good choice for christmas…for me the daily commute to a job would be a max of one hour…it's tiring on the long haul…
thanks:) i agree.. on days when we are stuck because of traffic jams , we do not like it at all.
..but i think i would be willing to move – even to another country – for a good job..
Little Women is on my "to-read" list for 2013. I know, how can it be I've never read it?! The Selfish Giant? I love Oscar Wilde, but I don't know that one. I'll have to look for it!! Merry Christmas!
🙂 'Pride and Prejudice' was my 'have never read' book till earlier this month!!
And I am sure you will love Little Women as well as 'The Selfish Giant' – it is a short, sweet story.
The Christmas Carol and How the Grinch Stole Christmas are definitely in my top ten Christmas books too!
I too would want to move closer to a job I loved. Time is too short and valuable to be spent commuting and I have done it!
time is definitely valuable..
thanks for visiting Shirley