Monday, November 27, 2006

Monday Madness on the Holidays

Let's talk about holidays... Depending on where you live and what religion you are, you may celebrate different holidays and at different times of the year than others. But most of us do celebrate at least one holiday a year. Let's share! =)

1. Which of the holidays that you celebrate, do you feel is the most important?

Christmas and Easter

2. Which holiday do you most enjoy?

That is a tough one. Probably Christmas because I get to see all of our family and I really enjoy watching the excitement of the kids.

3. Is there one holiday that your family tries to get together every year? If so, which one?

Yes, usually Christmas. Sometimes it takes a couple of weeks for visits with people, but most of us manage to get together.

4. Share one special memory from a past holiday.

Christmas when my kids were around 2 years old. The amazement and excitement when they came down in the morning and realized Santa had been there. It was priceless.

5. Name one holiday coming up, that you're really looking forward to, and why.
I would have to say Christmas since it is just around the corner. We have plans for family to come in and stay with us for a few days, so it should be a great time.

Have a great week everyone!



Anonymous said...

Christmas with kids is the best. We don't have any children, but we do have a three year old niece, and it's great to watch her enjoying Christmas. :)

Have a good day. :)

Jane said...

I treasure the memories of my children on Christmas morning too. The joy on their faces in burned into my memory.

Have a great week, and thanks for visiting.

Judy said...

Hope you have a great Christmas. It IS a lot of fun with little kids. All our kids are grown now, and grandchildren are not yet on the horizon, but I expect it will still be a great holiday... just 'cause we'll all be together.

Happy Monday.

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Anonymous said...

I love Christmas, too. I can just picture your kids wide-eyed at seeing the presents under the tree!
Thanks for coming to visit me!

Anonymous said...

My son loves the idea of Santa Claus. I told him that I'll help him write a letter to Santa so he could make a Christmas wish. He wants a Power Ranger toy. :) I'm excited to see his face when he unravels his gift from Santa.

Take care,