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    Re: US holiday -Thanksgiving and Christmas

    Post  mac on Wed Dec 25, 2013 2:52 pm

    avianscepter wrote:I did not want to tell my family that I did not like the way they celebrated Thanksgiving or Christmas because it is not festive it is ran like another day with a common meal for the family.
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     The whole family gets together in the dining room to share cereal as a holiday treat of celebration. 
    (that cereal was just milk and grains just like another other day and was not even oatmeal)

    Sounds just fine to me....

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    Re: US holiday -Thanksgiving and Christmas

    Post  Guest on Wed Dec 25, 2013 4:53 pm

    avianscepter wrote:I did not want to tell my family that I did not like the way they celebrated Thanksgiving or Christmas because it is not festive it is ran like another day with a common meal for the family.
    Explanation:
     The whole family gets together in the dining room to share cereal as a holiday treat of celebration. 
    (that cereal was just milk and grains just like another other day and was not even oatmeal)

    Could be worse..~hic~

    they could have you up since 3:30.............or there about...~hic~
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    Re: US holiday -Thanksgiving and Christmas

    Post  Wisa'ka on Wed Apr 16, 2014 10:09 am

    Every Thanksgiving we name the turkey Miles Standish before roasting it.

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    Re: US holiday -Thanksgiving and Christmas

    Post  mac on Wed Apr 16, 2014 11:02 am

    what a wag!
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    Re: US holiday -Thanksgiving and Christmas

    Post  Wisa'ka on Fri Apr 18, 2014 1:47 am

    mac wrote:what a wag!

    What's the matter, mac, can't deal with cultural differences? Not the fruity tooty talk about magical medicine shields and dream catchers that's the mainstay of New Age Native American Spirituality?

    I really do hate bursting bubbles, but,,,,,

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    Re: US holiday -Thanksgiving and Christmas

    Post  mac on Fri Apr 18, 2014 8:09 am

    Wisa'ka wrote:
    mac wrote:what a wag!

    What's the matter, mac, can't deal with cultural differences? Not the fruity tooty talk about magical medicine shields and dream catchers that's the mainstay of New Age Native American Spirituality?

    I really do hate bursting bubbles, but,,,,,
    what a wag you are....
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    Re: US holiday -Thanksgiving and Christmas

    Post  Wisa'ka on Tue Apr 22, 2014 9:57 am

    mac wrote:
    Wisa'ka wrote:
    mac wrote:what a wag!

    What's the matter, mac, can't deal with cultural differences? Not the fruity tooty talk about magical medicine shields and dream catchers that's the mainstay of New Age Native American Spirituality?

    I really do hate bursting bubbles, but,,,,,
    what a wag you are....
    Oh I have your wag, boy. It's swinging.
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    Re: US holiday -Thanksgiving and Christmas

    Post  Crystal on Tue Apr 22, 2014 10:51 am

    Wisa'ka wrote:Every Thanksgiving we name the turkey Miles Standish before roasting it.


    Did you do anything special about praying to it's spirit?
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