Chistmas - How will you spend it?

@mensab (4205)
Philippines
December 23, 2009 8:02am CST
Christmas is in the air, in the shopping malls knocking on our wallets. Most of us will go home and be with our families. Some will reflect on their achievements and at the same time frustrations. Some are grateful to the One that will be born on that day. So how will you spend Christmas?
6 responses
@cher913 (25887)
• Canada
23 Dec 09
christmas eve, we will be going to church and christmas day we will be spending it with my mom and an aunt. boxing day (a holiday here in canada) will be spent on our own with our own family.
@mensab (4205)
• Philippines
23 Dec 09
it sounds like you have your schedule worked out already. have a happy holidays and have fun. indeed, it is a time to be with family.
@EvrWonder (3577)
• Canada
23 Dec 09
Hi mens; This year I will be going home for Christmas. Family arriving as well. The day after boxing day, i will return home to be with other family members who could not make it. I have finished Christmas Shopping but was late on getting cards out. I have to travel today and have arm loads of gifts to be delivered before I leave. Once at home, we will spend Christmas Eve, Christmas and boxing day together. We have a traditional Turkey Dinner after Christmas Morning breakfast and gift giving. That is how I am spending Christmas this year. How about yourself?
• Philippines
23 Dec 09
How will I spend my christmas eh? Nnnn.. I wanted to spend it with my family. Though I wish my dad will come home but it's impossible since, He really coudn't. I think because of his work and his far away from us. And... Ofcourse, spend it with my family with a dinner with them and watching those splendid fireworks. Over here in the Philippines, If the clock strikes at 12:00, Fireworks and some explosives are out in the streets and sky. Very noisy but happy at the same time. I really wish my dad could come home. But yeah~~~
23 Dec 09
My Christmas this year would be really awesome and exciting. We will be having a family reunion. And most of my cousins and aunts will come home. It would be a full-house. And we would spend the Christmas together.
@Trensue (5262)
• United States
23 Dec 09
Oh, if only I knew! My husband has not made any decisions except he wants to have breakfast. His son has not said if he wants us there are not. My family wants us with them, but my husband, as usual in not very interested. Nothing about this Christmas is the same as any other. So it will be interesting. I may be here on mylot whining about life! That would be bad.
@thenieruz (137)
• United States
23 Dec 09
Christmas Eve I go to work for half a day (presumably 8-12). On the actual evening, we go to Christmas Eve dinner at my aunt's house and eat overcooked spaghetti with nasty sauce that's more like chili. We go home and open one present but leave the rest for morning. Christmas Day we open presents then head to my grandparents' for dinner and more presents with the family. So it's a lot of spending time with family for me. Then I go back to work Monday. Ah the joys of being an adult.