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My favorite holiday memory from childhood was all piling into our car and going to look at the Christmas lights on Christmas Eve every year, to come home to discover what santa had left us while we were out, and then open presents.
One family's light display was a regular Clark Griswald Family Christmas. For the 80s, this was spectacular and extremely high tech! They had lights and music. Cars and people lined the length of the block. The owners handed every passerby a candy cane.
Now that I'm a mother, I continue that tradition of searching out the best neighborhoods for lights. We drive almost an hour to see the best neighborhoods.
They range from entire neighborhoods decked out, to single houses lit up and choreographed to music to a lonesome trailer on half an acre with more plastic snowmen in the yard, than in stock at a walmart. They're more Cousin Eddy than Clark, but these people seriously put on a show, with 2 movie screens playing Frosty and Charlie Brown.
Houses range from tasteful to tacky. There is a huge family farm that has a giant candy cane on every fence post, so tastefully decorated.
You know what they like the most? The tacky and waaay over the top! Hey, 'tis the season. Too much is never enough, and why not be over the top once a year?
I'm glad people still decorate, especially this year. It has been a dark, bleak year, and the lights remind us that there is still light in this world. It may take some effort to find it, just like me driving an hour to find the best neighborhood light displays, but the effort is worth it. We can all use a little light in our lives.
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My favorite part of Christmas when I put the Christmas tree and decorations to my house and my children helps me to decorating them.It's so cute they are and excited for Christmas holidays..And my children write their Christmas wishlist to Santa and put in our Christmas tree..Happy Holidays everyone
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I love to find the magic of Christmas. To me Christmas means showing compassion through things as simple as smiling at someone. I love to put together small giving trees on my social media page to put a Christmas smile on children's faces.
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My favorite part of Christmas as a kid was getting a new ornament every year. We had a lot so my grandma would put the ornaments throughout the house in all the windows. This is my first Christmas passing on this tradition since my grandma passed.
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Since the death of my dad no Christmas has been sweet, because he is the color of my life
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my favorite Christmas was when i was 10 years old and all of us kids got together and we all rushed downstairs and saw a mountain of presents under the tree we where all together at last foster care was hard but we where home with our mom
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Christmas isn't the same without my Grandma's pink cookies. Every year when Grandma was alive she would make me (Her favorite grandchild) these cookies to enjoy on Christmas mornings with a glass of eggnog. A tradition memory I hold near to my heart.
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The real first Christmas tree our family had was a big mish-mash of handmade decorations that my brothers, sisters and I made at school. It was probably the ugliest Christmas tree you ever saw, but to us children, it was spectacular!
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For me, Christmas is a time for family reunions, for family bonding, renewing friendships, exchanging gifts and going on holidays. Christmastime is full of festive traditions, I like decorating gingerbread houses and opening advent calendars very much!