Holiday time!

@jerzgirl (7820)
Gloucester City, New Jersey
December 4, 2017 7:16pm CST
So, our Thanksgiving is over (USA) and now Christmas is upon us. I'm looking forward to it this year. I think I've done well for my income in having gifts for everyone important to me. I take pride in getting good deals and trying to match gifts to the person. I'm also proud that my shopping was done BEFORE Black Friday (the day of the year when retail stores sell enough to not be in debt). Anything I pick up now will just be a bonus to what I already have. I need stocking stuffers for my daughter. I'm too far from my grandkids to send any to them at this point. I know we don't all have the same holidays because of different religious and cultural beliefs, so I'll ask you if you could tell me some of your holiday celebrations that take place around this time of year (November through January).
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@Blondie2222 (18202)
• United States
5 Dec
I'm pretty much all set for christmas too. I have all my gifts bought the last of my packages should be here today and then onto the wrapping. I'll be wrapping quite a bit this weekend and then I'll be set when christmas comes.
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@jerzgirl (7820)
• Gloucester City, New Jersey
5 Dec
I need to go downstairs and bring wrapping paper up. Start looking official.
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@Blondie2222 (18202)
• United States
5 Dec
@jerzgirl lol yeah i hate wrapping but needs to get done.
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@JolietJake (41284)
5 Dec
"Thanksgiving is over" It's supposed to be, but my sister made this HUGE turkey and froze the leftovers, so Christmas dinner will be a continuation of Thanksgiving in the form of turkey and noodles.
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@jerzgirl (7820)
• Gloucester City, New Jersey
5 Dec
Every day is Thanksgiving depending on your perspective. We always had turkey for Thanksgiving AND Christmas. My dad always said he was glad he only had turkey twice a year. Yet, he could eat turkey legs almost any time! LOL
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@maezee (27800)
• United States
5 Dec
Nice. I also celebrate Christmas and am happy to say all of my shopping is done also ;-)
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@jerzgirl (7820)
• Gloucester City, New Jersey
5 Dec
It's a relief, isn't it, knowing you don't have to mess with the crowds? Although I know some who can't wait to get into brawls over merchandise. It never made sense to me at all - not since I first witnessed it with the Cabbage Patch kids craze.
@yanzalong (8780)
• Indonesia
5 Dec
We have no celebrations for November and January. What I remember is November the first is my elder daughter's birthday.
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@jerzgirl (7820)
• Gloucester City, New Jersey
5 Dec
That's not a bad thing to have happen. My birthday is also in November as is my stepdaughter's.