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Favorite Holiday?
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Christmas holidays
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halloween N valentines
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Halloween.
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My fave holiday is "Floating".
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I love the New Year's! it just gives me a reason to have some fresh start.
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Umm....Summer holiday? i wonder if it counts in the holidays list...
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Thanksgiving, hands down.
I love it. The food is fresh and REAL. You and your parents and family are working together, even if you don't normally, to create a masterpiece feast! All of your favorite foods, and sometimes new ones. Occasionally like a potluck in that sometimes relatives or friends might bring over a dish. It feels traditional, but also flexible so you can make it YOUR traditions. Everyone gets together, spends all day together, smells the food cooking but can't touch it, and is forced to be nice and talk and relax and enjoy each other's company. I love it! Plus, I love cooking and eating, so that's a plus. It's such a warm, fuzzy day/weekend.

Christmas season, secondly.
I hate the religious connotations and how Christians claim it as their's alone, ignoring all of the pagan and other religious and cultural additions and origins. I think Christmas SEASON is for anyone and everyone. You celebrate the winter solstice, you enjoy the cooler weather or for some - the snow, you give and receive presents, and you try to be kind, generous, thoughtful, and loving. I love the lights, smells, food, symbols, tree, and even sometimes the music. I like the way people who aren't too obsessed with presents and commercialism behave around the holidays. There's a lot to be happy about in light of the tendency to feel depressed in winter (ie: Seasonal Affective Disorder). But still, it's definitely second to Christmas.

I don't like New Year's as it is celebrated in America. I love the idea of New Year's celebrations as I've read in East Asian countries. Sounds interesting, fun, and meaningful.

I occasionally enjoy Saint Patrick's day because my room mates are Irish. I also sometimes enjoy Easter because it's fun for me and my son.
Posted 3/9/11
Halloween.

Mostly because I have something of a sweet tooth.
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