If Loving Christmas is Wrong, I Don’t Want to be Right.
Updated: Nov 7, 2019
Is there a cozier feeling in the world than being curled by the fireplace with a hot mug of cocoa in your hands while Hallmark movies dance across the screen? So many questions will be answered as our favorite B list actors do an A+ job of melting the day’s stress away.
Is Lacey Chabert going to decide what cupcake to enter in the annual Hometown Christmas Bake Off? Yes. Is Mr. Andrew Walker going to make a surprise visit as a rival baker? Yes. Will the two eventually team up? Yes. Will Christmas almost be ruined? I mean, Christmas not being in jeopardy would just be weird. Will there be some well-manufactured Hollywood snow to boot You betcha. And, returning to the original question, is there anything cozier? Absolutely not.
The holidays should bring all the positive feels, and Hallmark’s Countdown to Christmas is the diving board from which I gleefully cannonball into Santa Season. I love watching the movies, both new and old. I love having my three kiddos join in predicting who’s going to end up with who and what incredibly minor situation will (gasp!) threaten their inevitable movie-closing kiss. My husband usually swings by and drops his two cents about the comfortingly predictable plot. And that’s just it, in a world of constant unpredictability the Hallmark Christmas movies lend a cozy constant in a hectic world. If I could bottle it up and spritz it throughout my day, I would do it in a second. And, I’d sell it. Because boy, do I bet people would buy it.
So, here’s what’s up. We love these movies and we are all in. And, most importantly, we are in with you. Allow G.T. + I to host you at our Cozy Cabin, warm you up a cup of cocoa (most likely with booze), and ruminate on all aspects of that #HallmarkChristmasLifeStyle. Do you feel that? Why, yes, it is that Cozy Cabin Podcast feeling. Thank you for noticing.