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Dec. 21st, 2014 11:58 am
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Tell me what you enjoy about Zenna Henderson's People stories. (for [personal profile] hyperfocused)

My first Yuletide, I wrote for [personal profile] hyperfocused, a crossover between Zenna Henderson's People stories and Doctor Who. I would never have thought to write that on my own, but I really enjoyed the process. Reviewing the stories was fun as I hadn't read them in quite a while. (I didn't review Doctor Who because I didn't then have access to any episodes.)

I enjoy Zenna Henderson's People stories because they're about people who are fundamentally decent. The conflicts tend to be quiet. I like the personal relationship with the deity that the characters have and the simple phrase that calls these people to action-- "There's need." The characters aren't perfect. They feel fear and uncertainty, but they persevere anyway.

I first read the stories when I was in high school. I'm not sure if the books were my mother's or if they were books that my father left behind when Mom kicked him out. I think Mom is more likely because those books don't really seem like Papa's sort of thing. At any rate, the books pretty much immediately became mine. I was really pleased when the Science Fiction Book Club put out an edition that collected all of the stories in one place, including the ones that hadn't been in the two previous books. (And I was fairly upset when my copy of that book got water damaged by a problem with our kitchen sink. I need to replace it. It's still readable, but it's a bit warped.)

I had some trouble with depression in high school, and books like these helped because they gave me hope for a better world. The characters seemed like people I might know instead of like fantasy figures, in spite of their powers. They seemed possible.

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Dec. 21st, 2014 11:57 am
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I got the dishes done yesterday, including all of those I had to hand wash because they couldn't wait for the dishwasher to be full. I don't expect to do more baking until tomorrow, but the mixing bowl and baking pans are clean and ready to go.

I also got all of Scott's and most of Cordelia's Christmas presents wrapped. I couldn't wrap the Crocs or the camping pad. Scott, when he got home, dug out a gift bag for the Crocs, and we decided that the camping pad won't get wrapped. We'll just scrounge a bow for it and put it under the tree as is. There will still be a couple of things to wrap for Cordelia, but they won't arrive for a day or two yet, and they're books, so they'll be easy to wrap after she goes to bed Christmas Eve. I just have to keep her distracted enough that she doesn't try to buy the books in question. (She just finished reading Divergent and is eager to get the next book.) I'm hopeful that having friends over tomorrow and Tuesday will help.

Scott was pretty much exhausted when he got home. Twelve hours will do that, especially when eight of them involve pulling carts. He did some present wrapping himself after he'd showered and changed. He got his father's present wrapped and the presents for our local niece and nephew. He still hasn't mailed the package going to Seattle. He wanted to buy a gift card for the older niece and thought it would be bad if the package arrived before the gift card. I suspect the gift card will arrive before Christmas, but I see no way the package will unless we pay to overnight it.

Today, Scott needs to buy the present for his mother (and, I assume, wrap it). Cordelia and I have a Girl Scout meeting. Scott is planning to run errands and wrap my present while we're gone. He also needs to finish designing the photo calendar for his parents. All the others are done and sent. Unfortunately, the calendar for his parents is the most challenging because they want pictures of so many different people. Scott says it will be hard to keep from having half a dozen photos per month.
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In the words of aspartaimee: "It wasn't good, but it was awesome."

Can there really be spoilers for Annie? Cut just in case. )

"What if when you go to the moon there's an asteroid or something?"

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Dec. 20th, 2014 12:40 pm
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My first priority for this afternoon is to wrap presents. I have leeway on Scott's presents because he'll be at work during the day Monday and Tuesday, but it would be nice to have them done. I want to do some of Cordelia's presents while she's away, though, because there won't be many opportunities for that. The more I can get wrapped this afternoon, the earlier Scott and I can get to bed on Christmas Eve.

I will have two extra kids on Monday and Tuesday. I volunteered for that, but I was at least half hoping that their parents wouldn't take me up on it. My main plan for Monday and Tuesday is baking some more. I was going to do some of that this afternoon, but I don't really feel like washing the necessary dishes (mixing bowl, measuring cups, and baking pans). I need to call my mother today to ask about one of my recipes because I wrote down everything but the size of the pan it goes in. Trying to bake in in a 9x13 pan when it goes in an 8x8 would be untenable. I also need to look for a bar recipe that appeals to me that uses butterscotch chips. I suppose I can make the recipe on the back of the bag and just do it as bars, but I'd like to see what options I have.

I baked three sets of bars yesterday-- chocolate chip bars, brownies, and blackberry jam bars. I got all the chocolate chip bars and the brownies into my big plastic tub. I got about two thirds of the blackberry bars into a much smaller tin. We only have two or three more small tins, so I'm going to be scrambling to figure out how to store what I make Monday and Tuesday. I do plan to send some cookies home with the two kids who'll be here then. They're Muslim, so they don't celebrate Christmas, but I figure cookies are welcome any time.

Scott got home at a reasonable time yesterday and showered pretty much immediately. We had an early dinner and headed north to Scott's sister's place. She wasn't going to be home because she had a party to attend with her church group. As it turned out, her husband wasn't home when we arrived, either. I would have been comfortable leaving Cordelia alone with her cousins for half an hour or so until her uncle arrived, but she asked us to stay. She and Scott played cards with our niece.

After our brother-in-law arrived (with pizza), Scott and I hugged Cordelia and went. We stopped at an Arby's on our way to the highway and got milkshakes. Arby's milkshakes are nice and thick. That's good in one way because they stay frozen even to the end. It's bad in another way because getting anything up through the straw takes a lot of effort. Both of us had sore tongues by the time we finished our shakes.

Scott went to bed almost as soon as we got home. I stayed up another two maybe two and a half hours. I did nothing particularly noteworthy during that time.

I also need to edit my Yuletide fic to reflect comments from the first beta reader. I'm waiting to hear back from the the second beta reader. I don't feel any great need to hurry because I won't post the edited version of the fic until I have both sets of comments. I am wishing I was writing in something besides TextEdit-- I can't get the search function to work there, so I'm going to be skimming the fic, looking for key words, to find the points that the first beta reader has suggested changes.

I slept a lot later this morning than I expected to. I didn't get up until quarter after eleven. That really throws off my medication schedule for the day. Oh, well, I'll muddle through.

Finally, we're off the mark...

Dec. 20th, 2014 09:35 am
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Yes, it's finally happened, I've actually done some proper work with my new employers (rather than just going to meetings). \o/

To be honest, as time went on from leaving my previous job, even if they were rubbish to work for, I was wondering if I'd made the right decision. Not to leave there, that was definitely right, but to commit myself to working on a sessional basis with no guarantee how much work that would actually mean. And things just kept falling through - I got asked if I could do some cover work and that didn't happen, then I was offered a possible class from November through to February and that didn't happen either, due to lack of students (though it's still potentially on the table for next year, if they get the requisite bodies).

Anyway, finally my metaphorical ship has at last come in. Firstly, I got an email asking if I'd like to take over some classes from January through to the end of the academic year - one of the regular tutors has been unwell for a few weeks and initially they'd combined her classes with other ones running at the same time for slightly higher level students, hoping she'd be back soon, but that's not going to happen. So from January I will be teaching at least 3 evenings a week, guaranteed, which also takes me nicely through my probation period for this post.

Then I got a phone call on Wednesday afternoon asking if I could cover some classes Thursday and Friday... cue much scrambling around from me to get material prepared, but it all worked out really well. Phew!

My book xmas tree

Dec. 19th, 2014 12:14 pm
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I put up my tree this morning. I made myself a book tree, as a librarian does.

Some of the books were in my to read piles, some are recent grabs from the weeding bin at the library, some are library books on loan. *g*

I got two light garlands and put my cards around. My cats are curious and have pushed the cards down already but so far so good.




My xmas book tree

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Dec. 19th, 2014 11:11 am
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I'm worried about my sister-in-law, Scott's sister. She's pursuing ever more restricted diets, restricted in terms of what foods she can eat not in terms of calories (though restricting calories results from what she's doing). She's convinced that, if she can just hit on the right diet and stick with it, her health problems will disappear. Never mind that half her current problems probably come from what she's doing with her diet.

Basically, about two years ago, she started feeling like there was a lump in her esophagus when she swallowed. Her doctor referred her to a specialist who concluded that it was reflux and did an endoscopy which showed no issues. The specialist recommended medication for the supposed reflux.

My SIL didn't like the idea of taking medication, so she started pursuing alternative medicine remedies. I think she tried acupuncture first. While she was there, she met someone who claimed to be able to tell her what the problem foods were by having her hold various foods while this person measured electrical flow in her arm. This resulted in a list of foods to avoid.

The lump feeling didn't go away.

She started pursuing other alternative treatments. I'm not sure what all she's tried, but the latest person first told her that she had a yeast and bacteria overgrowth. For this, she went on an even more restricted diet. Now this person has told her that she has mold and toxins in her blood (they apparently took and analyzed a sample). This results in an even further restricted diet. She can't eat most grains, can't eat dairy, can't eat meat more than a day old, can't eat anything fermented, aged or dried, can't eat sugar/honey (the last I heard coconut sugar was maybe okay). I think there's a bunch of fruit on the no list, too. She's off all nuts and legumes since the previous set of restrictions.

She was relatively thin to begin with, and she's been steadily losing weight. With the new diet, she's likely to lose more weight simply because there's almost nothing she can eat.

She says that, in January, she will start low dose allergy treatments to address all of these 'allergies.'

I'm worried about her. I think she's going to extremes for what started as a small problem. Of course, my view may be influenced by the fact that I take the medications she was so terrified of and likely will every day until I die. They're really not that big a deal. I also wonder if reflux really is the problem. It might be. The whole thing might also be psychosomatic or be a symptom of something else. She just seems to have fallen down the rabbit hole into ever more ridiculous extremes. Of course, I'm not her. I'm not in her body. For all I know the 'lump' is horrifically painful. She also has to make her own choices about who she listens to. I just worry that she's destroying her health this way.

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Dec. 19th, 2014 08:36 am
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Yesterday morning, I spent my usual three hours at the school in the library. The librarian was there, but she was working in her office while a substitute took her classes. The Scholastic book fair raised more than $4000 for the library, and the librarian was figuring out how to spend it.

Cordelia and I donated a book to the library-- She had me buy her the latest Diary of a Wimpy Kid book so that she wouldn't have to wait months for a library, but once she'd read it, she had no interest in keeping it. The Diary of a Wimpy Kid books are incredibly popular, so I knew the library could use another copy, so I suggested donating it. The librarian was quite pleased to get it as that was one copy she didn't have to buy.

I think we have finally finished the barcode sticks for the kids. I worked on a couple of first grade classes yesterday when I wasn't checking books in or out or shelving. When that was done, I did some shelf reading. The 500s really needed it badly. I got through about 2/3 of the 500s.

This morning, first thing, I spilled coffee down the front of my dress. I think-- I hope-- I got the stain out, but it wasn't at all the way I wanted to start the day. I need to do a mid-week load of laundry. The extra dress and the half a dozen or so new shirts Scott got adds bulk to the laundry waiting to be done. I don't think I can fit it all into two loads on Sunday, and we don't have enough laundry baskets for me to wash three loads of our stuff on Sunday. We usually wash two loads of our clothes and one load of Cordelia's. Scott's uniforms are on a more irregular schedule, depending on if he's worked overtime. We wash our sheets every other week or so and the towels tend to get washed mid-week when I think of it.

Although, come to think of it, the first thing that went wrong today was before I was truly up. When Scott's alarm goes off at 5:10, I go into the bathroom and take my thyroid medicine. This morning, I came back to bed and suddenly realized that I'd been so asleep that I wasn't sure if I'd taken the dratted stuff. We had to check to see if the bathroom sink was wet or not. As it was bone dry, I took my thyroid then. I'm glad we thought of that way to tell. I really don't want either to miss my thryoid med or to double up. Neither would be good for me.

I've gotten comments back from one beta reader. I'm waiting on one other who may not get to it until tomorrow or even Sunday. She was talking about trying to review the canon before doing the beta read. Rather than address the beta comments first thing this morning, I'm planning to make chocolate chip bars. I'm a little worried about making them so early. I'd like to have some left on Christmas, and I don't trust that they'll last that long unless I hide them. But this is a good opportunity to bake something, and I've only got ingredients for chocolate chip bars. Well, I've got a brownie mix, too. Maybe I have time for both this morning. I don't think Cordelia would accept brownies when there are chocolate chip bars to be had, however.

I have to improvise some sort of container in which Cordelia can carry the gingerbread she decorates tomorrow. I think my best bet is one of the many Amazon boxes we've got in the study. If I line one with waxed paper, it ought to be perfectly adequate. We haven't got many largish containers, and I don't want to ask Scott to brave the stores to buy some when we'll only use them once a year. I want to reserve the one large container we do have for getting the stuff I plan to bake this week to Scott's sister's place on Christmas.

Cordelia is very angry at Scott's employer. We've explained to her that it's entirely possible that he'll be working on Christmas Eve (the last two or three years, he's gotten all or most of the day off, but we can't count on it). That means we can't do the entire Christmas Eve ritual. That involves going up to Scott's parents' place (an hour away), having pizza and birthday cake, the kids opening one present each, and all of us going to a church service. I'm not fond of this because it pretty much guarantees that it will be 10:00 by the time we get home and nearer 11:00 by the time Cordelia's actually in bed and Scott and I can start wrapping presents.

If Scott works until 3:00 or 4:00, it's a half an hour for him to get home and an hour for him to get showered and changed (minimum). The church service Scott's parents want to attend is at 7:00. We can probably get there in time for that if we go straight there. It just seems like a lot of rushing for not very much benefit.

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Dec. 18th, 2014 04:23 pm
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I have finished the draft of my Yuletide fic and posted it to AO3. I'm still looking for someone to beta it. The first person I asked is too busy. I haven't heard back from the second person. I have got someone looking at it for SPaG who has no canon knowledge. Scott looked at it, too, before I finished it, and said that it seemed to him to flow okay.

Scott got stuck working late tonight. That sucks for all sorts of reasons. He's also working 3 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. We're going to have to drive Cordelia up to Scott's sister's place tomorrow evening so that she can spend the night and be available to go further north to Scott's parents' place to decorate gingerbread on Saturday. It's far from ideal, and Scott had all sorts of things he really, really needed to get done on Saturday (things I can't do for him because they require a car or because I don't know exactly what he needs). I know he still needs to buy presents for his parents and for the older of our nieces in Seattle. He's still trying to get a working garage door opener. He needs to mail the package to our younger niece in Seattle. He wanted to do some baking, too. Christmas is going to be a little bare of cookies given his mother and sister are gluten free and his father and his sister are off sugar.

I've made a list of things I want to cook or bake over the course of the next five days. There are eleven items on the list. Some, like the salad for Christmas dinner, are easy. Some, like the Christmas porridge, require a lot of standing up. I foresee a lot of hand washing of the mixing bowl and baking pans in my future. I hope I can manage it all. I'm going to print out my list (which includes the ingredients I need that I don't know if we have in the house) and annotate it and prioritize it and schedule myself. I've got all day tomorrow and Saturday, but I don't have the ingredients for most of what I want to make. I suspect grocery shopping won't happen until Sunday. I don't even think we've got what I need to make Christmas porridge-- It takes a lot of milk. I'm also not sure how much butter we have. There are a couple of things I could make if we have enough butter.

I am scheduled to have lunch with a friend tomorrow. Maybe I can impose on her to take me shopping for a few things. I'd feel a little guilty about doing that, but she might be willing if I buy her fro-yo at the Orange Leaf in the strip mall with the Kroger. I need almond milk, butter (lots of butter), stick margarine, cream cheese, brown sugar, powdered sugar, and macadamia nuts. I think I could find all of that but the macadamia nuts pretty rapidly. I think we've still got an untouched dozen eggs, so we're probably fine on that front, and we just bought white sugar and all purpose flour.

I'll do the bacon wrapped dates Tuesday evening and the rice for Christmas dinner during the day on Wednesday. The salad for Christmas dinner can wait until Christmas morning. So can the cheese spread (though I may cube the cheese the day before).

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Dec. 18th, 2014 07:52 am
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Okay, [personal profile] gabbysilang has got me concerned. Eyebrows? Of all the bits of my body that I have wasted my life fruitlessly wishing were smaller, higher, smoother, less painful, more functional, less hairy or stronger, eyebrows are like the one thing it never occurred to me to wish were otherwise than they were. They...uh, do their job, I guess? They sit on my forehead between my eyes and my hairline. I can raise the left one by itself, sort of! Is that not enough? Should I be demanding more of them? Is there a way to get them to pick up wifi?

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Dec. 18th, 2014 07:47 am
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I got more writing done yesterday after the kids came home than I expected to because they spent a couple of hours playing in Cordelia's room. I was comfortable enough with where I was in the story to attend the session of Scott's gaming group (just as well. There were only four of us out of the seven who usually attend).

[livejournal.com profile] booniverse brought cookies (and she left the extras with us!). [livejournal.com profile] cherydactyl brought candy and milk and vegan eggnog. I hadn't realized that vegan eggnog existed. I hadn't had anything approaching eggnog since I was about eleven because of eggs being a major migraine trigger for me, so this was a nice treat. I don't think Cordelia was very impressed, though.

We talked a lot about the FATE game. I think we reached some conclusions, but I'm kind of squishy on just what those conclusions were. Scott wanted to run the game that we, the players, wanted to play. Those of us present were concerned with trying to let Scott run what he wants. That made compromise both easier and harder.

Eventually, the other three played Bananagrams while I loaded the dishwasher. It looks like a fun game. I don't know that I could play it without panicking, not competitively, but it might be possible to play it solo. Who knows?

I've heard back from one potential beta reader. She doesn't have time to do the job. I've emailed the other one, but I'm less optimistic because this one said that she'd prefer not to beta fics over 2000 words unless there was plenty of time. Things are kind of tight right now, and my story is currently 5030 words and still incomplete. After I finish it, after my time in the library today, I'll see if anybody in Yuletide chat is able to beta for me. It seems at least possible.

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Dec. 17th, 2014 10:09 pm
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The school called and emailed about 5:30 to say that power (and heat!) is back on at Cordelia's school, so there will be school tomorrow. I'm relieved because it means I'll have a couple of hours to try to finish this fic in between when I get back from the school library and when the cleaning lady comes. I think I'm only a few paragraphs from the end; my point of view character has figured out the mystery. Now he's just thinking through the repercussions. Scott doesn't know the canon, but I had him take a look just to see if the flow made sense.
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Wonderful meeting today with two last year students in technical services studies. There last internship is a project/intervention in a library. They are gonna take a look at our serials management process. It's a mess. Frankly, it's even catastrophic. I'm supervising this like I would a contract consultant. Giving them the guidance but also the structure so they can learn and produce an efficient, productive and useful report including a presentation of the results. They could/can if they like this type of work and are good at it turn this into a liveable thing they could offer to public libraries and make money as consultants. Because I  *know* most of my colleagues are having huge problem with serials management and are in need of help to plan for the digital form of serials. Which we are only timidly dipping our toes in. Not of lot of digital version of magazines are available for libraries in French. If I were to retire like in 3 months I would definitely go and start up a consulting firm and use this as a calling card.

Anyway.. on with the books.

Just Finished

There's Something about Ari by L.B. Gregg. Longish m/m novella. his reads like an AU Teen Wolf fanfic to me. A good one too. I liked the brothers relationship. I also liked how compact and together the plot was.

Too Friendly to Date by Nicole Helm.  I wanted to stump on my ebook reader. I really liked both Jacob and Leah a lot. Their journey, how they overcome their fears, how they learn to fit was wonderful if a little painful to read. But.... the whole Leah's health issues (she's a heart transplant) the way her family, her mother, mostly her mother (because the character of her father doesn't say a word in the whole book, he's like a ghost) made me want to throw my ebook reader at the wall. Same for Grace's attitude towards Jacob and his family (his mom survived breast cancer once and they chose not to tell teenage Jacob the whole time. I kept on reading because I fell hard for Jacob and Leah and their desire to work it out, work through painful stuff and finally make it through but I'm left with an aftertaste of ableism. Leah's mom attitude borders on abuse.




I'm still slowly reading

I want to finish the three I have on deck right now. That's the goal for the week.



Secret War. Bendis' Marvel. My geeky and adorable young man that does all reading activities (Storytime with young children, schools visits, etc) for the library recommended I read this when I told him I didn't really get the whole Daisy Johnson thing on Agents of Shield but he did hence the Secret War recommendation. In return I dropped my Ms Marvel copy on his desk the next day.



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Dec. 17th, 2014 04:45 pm
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The last word was that power didn't come back on at the school when it was supposed to. They sent out another mass email and wave of calls telling parents that aftercare at the school is canceled because it's getting very cold and very dark. They don't think the school will be safe as the light fades. I have no idea what DTE is doing or what this means for school for tomorrow. Hopefully, power will be restored soon, and the building will warm up before anybody's due to arrive in the morning.

I suppose we'll find out in the morning. I hope there is school. I don't think I could cope with another day of kids at home just now.

I am within a few paragraphs of finishing my Yuletide story. I've found a title for it. I'm thinking about emailing potential beta readers this evening, even if I don't finish first. It would be useful to know whether or not either of the people who offered to beta the fandom have time. It's not guaranteed at this point in the season. (I'm pretty sure none of you who have betaed for me in the past know this fandom. That's why I'm not asking you.)
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I'm just curious about this.

For the sake of this poll, "Christmas carols" means traditional or popular carols and Christmas songs. That is, "white Christmas" and "silver bells", not "fairytale of new york." And the control is "compared to whatever music is playing in that store the rest of the year."

Also I realize the poll is biased toward those living in countries where they are likely to hear carols in stores, and the questions also assume the kind of Christmas commerce ubiquity you get in the States. So answer as seems appropriate to you.

Poll #16257 bowing our heads in the wind
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 40


People who DO celebrate Christmas: When Christmas carols are playing while I'm shopping for Christmas items

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I leave the store sooner
12 (30.8%)

I stay in the store longer
1 (2.6%)

It has no effect on how long I stay in the store
20 (51.3%)

I don't celebrate Christmas
6 (15.4%)

People who DO celebrate Christmas: When Christmas carols are playing while I'm shopping for NON Christmas items, eg. groceries

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I leave the store sooner
15 (38.5%)

I stay in the store longer
1 (2.6%)

It has no effect on how long I stay in the store
17 (43.6%)

I don't celebrate Christmas
6 (15.4%)

People who DON'T celebrate Christmas: When Christmas carols are playing while I'm shopping

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I leave the store sooner
6 (22.2%)

I stay in the store longer
0 (0.0%)

It has no effect on how long I stay in the store
1 (3.7%)

I do celebrate Christmas
20 (74.1%)

People who DO celebrate Christmas: When buskers are playing Christmas carols

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I am more likely to give them money
3 (7.7%)

I am less likely to give them money
2 (5.1%)

It has no effect on the possibility of giving them money
27 (69.2%)

I don't celebrate Christmas or never see buskers
7 (17.9%)

People who DON'T celebrate Christmas: When buskers are playing Christmas carols

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I am more likely to give them money
0 (0.0%)

I am less likely to give them money
3 (11.1%)

It has no effect on the possibility of giving them money
3 (11.1%)

I do celebrate Christmas or never see buskers
21 (77.8%)

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