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How Do You Keep Track of Christmas Shows You Want to Watch?
I've made a table in Word that looks like a calendar and then I insert all the shows I want to watch, thanks to the Mega-Schedule along with other sites. I also perform a search on my satellite's guide and then set the DVR or DVD recorder. I also do this for Halloween and Thanksgiving shows.
My DH thinks I'm a little strange, but that's okay. I love the holidays and the TV specials that go along with them!
I do a master list too, I DVR a lot of them, my husband is use to it by now
I also do a little rating of my own so I remember which ones I want to see again and which I may decide to skip. I have my favorites that is for sure and I really enjoy the new made for TV movies too.
I print off the schedule here from Wence & I go to tvguide.com, do a search for Christmas & print off the results too! Ohhh, I can't wait! It won't be long until I'm NOT saying "there is nothing on tv tonight..."
Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind. To cherish peace & goodwill, to be plenteous in mercy, is to have the real spirit of Christmas.