Holidays & Traditions

@MySpot (2602)
United States
September 20, 2006 3:20pm CST
Do you celebrate Holidays or traditions? Which are your favorite and why?
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@Miranda (728)
• South Africa
21 Nov 06
No unfortuanately not, because I have to much to do all day, I have to run my horse breeding stud, guests on our guest farm and still do design work.
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@MySpot (2602)
• United States
21 Nov 06
I checked out your site. You do great work! Maybe running the horses can be a tradition for you? Or responding to my posts??? Thanks, by the way ; )
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@franhrnt (185)
• United States
1 Oct 06
we celebrate Thanksgiving and Christmas and both are done with the whole family with lots of food
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@MySpot (2602)
• United States
21 Nov 06
Another tradition is, we always trim the tree the day after Thanksgiving and we never take it down until after the New Year (January 1st).
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@heartonfire (4133)
• Denmark
21 Nov 06
we don't celebrate thanksgiving here in my country..we celebrate christmas,new year's eve,easter..and other small ones also religious:)
@MySpot (2602)
• United States
22 Nov 06
What is your favorite holiday or tradition? My favorite holiday is definitely Christmas, because of the holiday spirit; I love the giving, sharing, singing, family, laughter and candies and food too! My favorite tradition is probably our Christmas Eve party, where all of our family and friends get together and share in the holiday spirit.
@yainal (1729)
• Germany
21 Nov 06
we celebrate Idul Fitri.. i love it while i can meet all the member of my big family
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@MySpot (2602)
• United States
21 Nov 06
Is that like a family reunion then? All of our holiday traditions are family-oriented, but we've never had a family reunion, where all of the family members, from both parents side (cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents, etc.), unite and/or meet.
@sindra (1119)
• Indonesia
21 Nov 06
Holidays
@MySpot (2602)
• United States
22 Nov 06
Elaborate?
• India
21 Nov 06
traditions are the best.
@MySpot (2602)
• United States
21 Nov 06
I agree. I love the traditions we have... some are passed down and some we started as a family (me, hubby and kids). Most of them are holiday traditions, but all of them bring the family together, so yes, the BEST! Thanks for sharing your opinion. Do you also have some traditions you'd like to share? Or one you'd like to start?