Do you have a favorite holiday? If so, which one?

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Darling Divaa answered

Mine has always been Easter. To me it signified the arrival of spring which meant summer was around the corner. Our family would always host a big Easter meal after the Easter egg hunt of course :) I loved the dressing up part when i was smaller. Every year us girls were allowed to pick out a new dress in the most beautiful pastel colors. I have so many pictures of those days and i smile every time i look at them. Easter will always hold a special place in my heart......

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Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

I think that New Years day is my favorite. The beginning of a new year. Always something good to look forward too. Especially this year.

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Lard Ass
Lard Ass commented
New year's is a great one, and I agree, many things to look forward to this year! :)
yeahsure linda
yeahsure linda commented
When you were young did you think the world was having a big party just for you? That would be the best
Kasandra Kk Profile
Kasandra Kk answered

My favorite holiday is my Christmas

Ray Dart Profile
Ray Dart , Mighty Sorceror, answered

I quite like Christmas.

I was often in the 'States for Thanksgiving, and tried to join in that.

I was told to get a Turkey for Thanksgiving, so I did.  He was called Oswald and lived on my patio. He was a rotten conversationalist, cost a fortune in feed, and when I came home to the UK I had to leave him behind in Ventura.

I wonder how he's getting on these days.

Jason Levy Profile
Jason Levy answered

Yes, i do have a favorite destination for my vacations. I often visit Montgomery and looking forward to visit it again. The sports facilities over there are recognizable.

Tinkerbell St. Basil Profile

My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. I love to cook and make desserts and have all my family in one place. You don't have the stress of decorations are buying gifts....it's just food, family and football! Life doesn't get much better than that!

Michael Poland Profile
Michael Poland answered


Halloween, people come to your door make you smile and

laugh, you give them something, they say thank you, and

you never see them again. So like the ripples in a pond,

the joy spreds.

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