Prompt of the Week: Holiday! Celebrate!

Describe how you celebrate the holidays. What are your traditions? What are your typical holiday meals?


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6 thoughts on “Prompt of the Week: Holiday! Celebrate!

    1. The holiday season is a time for celebration and joy, and there are so many wonderful ways to mark the occasion. For me, the holidays are all about spending quality time with loved ones and creating special memories together.

      One of my favorite holiday traditions is decorating the tree with my family. We put on some festive music, break out the tinsel and ornaments, and have a great time trimming the tree together. It’s a fun and festive activity that always gets us into the holiday spirit.

      Another tradition that I hold dear is baking holiday cookies with my loved ones. We love to try out new recipes and spend the afternoon in the kitchen, creating delicious treats to share with friends and family. It’s such a warm and cozy activity that always brings us closer together.

      Of course, no holiday celebration is complete without a special meal. For me, that means gathering around the table with my loved ones and savoring a delicious feast. Whether it’s a roast turkey with all the trimmings or a hearty pot of stew, there’s nothing like good food and good company to make the holidays truly special.

      As the holiday season approaches, I hope you’ll take the time to cherish the special traditions that are meaningful to you and your loved ones. Whether it’s decorating the tree, baking cookies, or simply spending quality time together, it’s the little moments that make the holidays so special.

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  1. The whole family gathers, aunts, uncles, cousins. We exchange gifts, sing carols, play a christmas themed quiz, and then eat dinner. Everyone brings a dish of their own and we all share. My mom usually makes spaghetti bolognese.

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