your best festival you celebrated in life so far!!

@juhi06 (1850)
India
October 29, 2008 4:09am CST
hi friends. festivals come and go and each has its different tone and colour and the remembrances!! which celebration has left a lasting impression on you , your life so far!! would you like to share with your friend here?? do you celebrate the said festival in the same style even today??
5 responses
@quinnkl (1668)
• United States
30 Oct 08
Well, I don't know about festivals, but Christmas celebration and time of year is always a favorite of mine. I have many wonderful memories of this holiday. Both growing up and now raising my son. The decorations, and the wonderful smells of the holiday. The wonderful meals and times with family and friends. You just can't beat it.
@juhi06 (1850)
• India
31 Oct 08
yes dear quinnkl, perhaps you are right! there is immense happiness all over and children and adults enjoying and greeting and distributing gifts and sweets!! it is undoubtedly a great feeling!
• India
31 Oct 08
I love Diwali. I love to buy new clothees for everyone in the family. i love to make rangoli. I love the lighting all around with differnt candeels and bulbs and yes lots of sweets also. I decorate my house with fresh flowers and garlands. I change the whole furnishing of the house. Put new curtains, sofa covers, lights. I love everything about diwali.
@savypat (20247)
• United States
29 Oct 08
I like Christmas, the excitiment, lights and music that go with it are wonderful. As a child I couldn't sleep for days just waiting for it to ge here, now it's different and I just enjoy the party and the family and friends who visit.
29 Oct 08
Hi juhi06, I love Halloween the best and I once went to a party which I really enjoyed and every i celebrate it buy putting pumkins lantern outside and dress up in a witch outfit. Tamara
@ElicBxn (60771)
• United States
29 Oct 08
I guess you mean that the festival or holiday was so wonderful in a good way. I guess I'm more likely to have had memorably BAD holidays. So, needless to say, I'm not likely to want a repeat of the events.