Aloha Friday – Holiday Happiness

If you’ve never heard of it, it started over on An Island Life.

I ask a question….I answer it….and then you answer it too!
Sound like fun?
So, for this week’s question:
Q: What holiday’s do you celebrate this time of year?

A: I celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas, & New Years.

See, up until 4 years ago when I started my job I hadn’t really been exposed to many other holiday’s then that. Then, I went to an office and found out I was the only one putting up a Christmas Tree that year. It was all new to me. I have enjoyed learning the different festivities and the Hanukkah gelt! We also celebrate Kwanzaa at work too!

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  1. we celebrate Thanksgiving,Christmas and New Years!!I love watching the macy’s day Thanksgiving parade!!!

  2. Tammy says

    We do Thanksgiving (with hubby’s birthday falling on turkey day this year), Christmas and New Years too!

    New follower from Aloha Friday! 🙂

  3. We celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas, Christmas Eve and New Years Eve!

  4. Michelle says

    We celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years plus a whole bunch of birthdays.

  5. Kimberly@PrettyPinkMomma says

    I celebrate the same as you, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years.

  6. Jen @ Miss Organic's Kitchen says

    We celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas, Christmas Eve and New Years Eve. In addition we have 5 family birthdays and my parent’s anniversary thrown in the weeks between Thanksgiving and the end of the year. So it gets to be quite crazy in our house at the end of the year.

  7. Annie says

    We celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas, Christmas Eve, New Years Eve, New Years and Three Kings (is a traditional celebration in Puerto Rico).

    Have a good day

  8. It’s a busy time of year for celebrations for us! First we have Princess Nagger’s birthday (Monday), then Thanksgiving, then my birthday, then Christmas, then New Year – it’s basically two straight months of celebrating! 😉

  9. We celebrate Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas and new years.

  10. We celebrate Christmas, Christmas Eve, New Years Eve and El Dia De Los Reyes.

  11. Denise says

    I celebrate Turkey Day (thanksgiving…I just have always called it that), Christmas and New Years!

  12. At this point it’s Veterans day, and now we are awaiting Thanksgiving.

  13. Ashley says

    We do Thanksgiving and Christmas and New Years.. We also do Christmas eve and New Years Eve if those count. LOL

  14. I’m the same as you! 🙂 I also celebrate black friday by making that my day to get all the Christmas decorations up. It’s my little tradition.

  15. We celebrate Thanksgiving, Chanukah, and New Years. Of course, my Birthday is also within that time frame as well.

  16. Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years.

  17. Allison says

    We do Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years. I have friends that do Hanukkah and I love hearing about it! I love learning about new cultures!

  18. I love all the holidays and celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve (very big in my family), Christmas, and New Years (but very low key).

  19. Becca says

    First is Thanksgiving. Then Black Friday! Then comes Chanukah. We go to my dad’s family for X-Mas but I don’t really feel like we celebrate. Then the next day is my Grandpa’s birthday. I go somewhere for New Year’s even if someone is doing something, but I stay home if not.

  20. We have birthdays, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, my Wedding Anniversary, Christmas, New Years Eve and New Years Day we re-cooperate!

  21. Kayla says

    We celebrate my birthday {it’s a holiday in my opinion LOL}, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years xD

    Happy Friday {a little late!}

  22. Deborah says

    The same, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years.

  23. Jennifer h says

    Thanksgiving & Xmas

  24. Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, but I do enjoy the yummy food that is taditional around Hannukah!

  25. Kandi says

    I celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years! We love traditions and try to make more each year!

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