How to celebrate Christmas 2010 in your country or your family?
Have to have a lot of wine or champagne. Friends and family all gathered around the table and plenty of food.
As I stay in a country where there is no 4 seasons, it usually just involves having dinner as a family. and of course, morning church service. Then during the day we would exchange gifts and just relax. Singing of Christmas carols is a must too
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Playing with the children's new toys, and enjoying the lovely company of our family and friends. Not much alcohol involved in our Christmas, as I find that it kind of spoils it for the kids, so I choose to stay sober. Our Christmas is all about spending wonderful time with the children.
With my family and champagne...
You can see some Christmas customs at: http://hubpages.com/hub/Customs-of-Christmas-in-th
Happy holidays to all
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