Christmas is my absolute favorite holiday. I love the music, the decorations and all the wonderful cheer that seems so prevalent. An awesome time of year filled with friends and family.
Mine is CHristmas. It hasn't always been, but the last few years it's when I get the most time with my family. I love watching the grandkids open their gifts, the lights, but mostly just the good feelings the holiday brings.
My favorite has always been Christmas but I would say Thanksgiving runs a close second.
CHRISTMAS!!! like you, I love all the Christmas decors, the music and the happy ambiance.
I like all holidays! My favorite used to be Christmas, but now I lean more towards Thanksgiving, although July 4 is good too since it's in the summer! I pretty much like all holidays!
Hands down, Christmas. Always was and always will be. Nothing could ever come close. Faith, family, food, music, decorations, traditions, and the many memories of Christmases past. Have a fabulous Wednesday, Sandee! big hugs xoxo
It used to be Thanksgiving, but then we had Megan and she returned the innocence and joy of Christmas to our hearts.
Well we will stick with the crowd and we do love Christmas. We especially like Christmas music. Our silly Mom sings Rudolph for weeks. The Cats.
Thanksgiving. It doesn't have the stress and expectations that are loaded onto Christmas and it's slightly less commercial.
Fourth of July! No pressure to do anything, lots of flags and fireworks and hot dogs, no big deal in the stores, patriotism, summer, it has everything! Well except for reindeer.smile, beexoxoxoxoxo
Christmas, and for the reasons you stated. Thanksgiving next, and July 4th. I am celebrating sunny, cool and clear in nawth jawjah today. Big hugs...WYWH, honey...
of course I also love Christmas holiday. But I also really like the holiday that falls on a Saturday, so we have a combination of vacation Saturday and Sunday, and this will be a long weekend.
Mine is also Christmas for the same reasons, I always find it a big downer once it's over :-(
Halloween of course. That's when I go to the annual party as a nudist ... great fun.
Thanksgiving. For hubby's family it's very casual -- all about being together. The the food, the bonfire, the stories, and the traditions.
Halloween hands down. It used to be Christmas but it is so commercialized lately and people get soooo ugly. :( I love it with the family but hate the stores before. Pretty soon my youngest will be too old to trick or treat!
I struggle to truly enjoy holidays since the death of my twin sister but Christmas was always my favourite holiday. Unfortunately to make matters worse my brother Sutcliffe died in the midst of the Christmas season last year. Anyway I hope that some day I can truly enjoy this season again. Enjoy the rest of your day Sandee!
My favorite is probably Thanksgiving, for food and family, and giving thanks. I'm not a big fan of Christmas. But that will probably change once a grand baby comes around, and the season might get a piece of magic back.
Well I really have two...Thanksgiving long has surpassed the commercialization of Christmas...and The 4th of July is all about America and Patriotism!PLU from SSF
Dear Sandee, Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. It is about being with my two beautiful kids and just having a nice few days. Blessings dear friend. Catherine xo
Valentines Day! I love all the hearts and the pinks and reds symbolizing love everywhere! I just wish it didn't happen during tax season. :(
My favorite is Valentine's Day. It's my birthday so it's a double celebration.
It has to be Christmas for me too :)
Thanksgiving. I just love the meal prep (when I'm not working) and sitting down as a family to enjoy the meal. It's usually only immediate family as well so there's no big obligation to be entertaining.I'm not a huge fan of Christmas as I find is stressful and often times sad. Too many memories of celebrating Christmas morning with my Mommom who passed away in 2006.
Any one I can get!
Hi Sandee,When I was in the Philippines, it was New Year. Yes, we celebrate New Year with a bang!:-) here in the US, it's christmas.pearl
In India it is Diwali celebrated in October / November by all in a grand way. Diwali means Festival of Lights. It is colorful and celebrated for 4 days in north India and one day in the south. I enjoy this festival wherein we meet our friends and relatives, eat variety of food and spend more time with kids at home. Children are busy bursting crackers.
No doubt about it Sandee, my choice is yours, Christmas. Plus it is a nice religious holiday which always brings in more celebration than, say Thanksgiving or Halloween...
Being one of Jehovah's Witnesses I don't celebrate Christmas, Easter etc. However we do celebrate what we call The Memorial of Christ's Death which is around Easter time. We observe it on the Jewish calender date of Nisan 14 which is the evening that the Jews celebrated the Passover when Jesus & his disciples had the "Last Supper". It is always a very encouraging event at a time to focus on what Jesus death meant for us.I also enjoy public holidays that give us a long weekend although I was made redundant from my job 2 weeks ago so I am on a permanent long weekend now untl another job comes up. 52 isn't a good age to sudenly find yourself unemployed
I'm with you on Christmas! I love the music, baking, and gift making.
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