Many thank’s you’s with a heartfelt appreciation and a virtual hug to Anita from Discovering Your Happiness as she tagged me in this post.
This time of year is full of excitement and festivities!
It’s also an excellent opportunity for new beginnings, goals, imagination, and openness to the possibilities for a fresh start for the upcoming new year.
- Thank the person that nominated you with a link to their blog
- Add the picture in your blog
- Copy these rules into your post
- Add a link to this original post, (littlediyprojects.wordpress.com/thechristmastag)
- Answer the 10 questions (you can add extra Christmas-related questions if you want)
- Tag at least 3 other bloggers with links to their blogs
- Have fun!
- What’s your favourite thing about Christmas?
- What’s your favourite Christmas memory?
- Are there special traditions your family has for Christmas?
- What’s your Christmas wish? (Can be personal or general)
- What’s your favourite Christmas dish?
- What’s your favourite Christmas decoration?
- What’s your favourite Christmas song?
- Where do you usually celebrate Christmas?
- What does the ‘Christmas Spirit’ mean to you?
- Who out of anybody in the world would you want to spend your Christmas with?
- I don’t celebrate Christmas; I celebrate Hanukkah. Since Hanukah lasts for eight days, its super cool to give eight awesome gifts (one for each night). You give seven small gifts then a nice hefty one on the eighth, or you can choose to give one solid gift. The food is always delicious followed by the quality time spent with friends and family. It’s such a warm, fuzzy, and happy time for me.
- My favorite memory is when my family gathered in front of the Menorah lighting a candle at sunset, and my best friend, Regina (my childhood bestie) would always be there with us for our first night. Regina passed away, so I still have a fragile heart for that first night.
- My family’s tradition was the first night at sundown you light a candle on the Menorah and say a prayer followed by a substantial yummy meal. The next day is the same, but you attend extended family and friends homes.
- My Hanukkah wish is to have Chinese food with my fiance, son, and friends that are family on Christmas Day in Chinatown! 😜
- Dark Chocolate Rugelach
- Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel
- I usually celebrate Hanukkah in New York with my son and very close friends
- A time to reflect and evaluate with oneself on life, friends, job, relationships as well as appreciate with much gratitude for every aspect of your life whether its good, or bad.
- My son
Waiting with bated breath to see the nominees answers!
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