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Christmas Traditions


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Do you have any Christmas Traditions? Well I have a few people I have interviewed to tell us about their traditions. Some people probably don’t have any traditions but you don’t have to have any if you have your family by your side.
Q: What are your christmas traditions?
A: I open presents on Christmas day.
Q: What do you have for dinner?
A: I have mashed potatoes and ham.
Q: What do you do on Christmas Eve?
A: I go to my cousins house and hang out.
Q: What do you do on Christmas day?
A: Open presents with my family.
Q: Do you ever drive around and look at Christmas lights, if so when?
A: Yes I do I drive around 2 or 3 days before Christmas Day.

Q: What are your christmas traditions?
A: Opening presents.
Q: What do you have for dinner?
A: Brisket mashed potatoes and green bean casserole.
Q: What do you do on christmas eve?
A: Watch christmas movies.
Q: What do you do on christmas day?
A: Open presents and make cinnamon bread.
Q: Do you ever drive around and look at christmas lights, if so when?
A: Christmas eve or the day before.

Q: What are your Christmas traditions?
A: Going to my aunts on christmas eve and to my dads on christmas day.
Q: What do you have for dinner?
A: Ham and Puerto Rican food.
Q:What do you do on Christmas Eve?
A: We sing Christmas carols as a family and we open some gifts.
Q: What do you do on Christmas day?
A: I go to my dads house.
Q: Do you ever drive around and look at Christmas lights, if so when?
A: No, not really.

Everyone has different traditions and these are a few of what they do on Christmas or Christmas Eve.

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