Why should it matter. What does it mean?

United States
September 17, 2007 10:29am CST
Can you tell me why thanksgiving and christmas matters to you and your family and why is it so important?
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@laurika (4536)
• United States
20 Sep 07
Christams mean a lot for me, while I spend the time with my family.It is time to be with your family,watch the cartoon, give the presents , play the games.other time in the year unfortunately people are to busy to spend so long time with family. Thankgiving don't mean that much for me, while we don't have this holiday in country where I am from.hopefully I am goona experience it this year and would love it.
@rhinoboy (2129)
17 Sep 07
It feels a bit hypocritical to me now, as I'm an atheist! Because I was brought up as loosely church of england (protestant?) I grew to love christmas. To me now, It's just a time to enjoy and show my appreciation to all my family.
• United States
17 Sep 07
Thanksgivig is a way to give Thanks Christmas is recieving and giving We celebrate all holiday even if it means something to us or not. We like to have parties. That being said, All holidays is a family time (which everone can agree on) But for my holidays it for my family only (husband, 3 kids and No one else) Everyone else is not invited unless friends, Family like to ruin everything fun!!!