When I spend time with friends and family, we often do many things like, going shopping, making cookies, wrapping and exchanging presents, drinking hot chocolate, and much more! I’m looking forward to spending time with my family and family this year. Secondly, is watching Christmas movies. I mean who doesn’t love Christmas movies? You can never go wrong with Christmas movies, and they are an excellent way to fill your free time during the break.
In the play and the movie, the Christmas Carol, it teaches you that you need to be kind and charitable. The drama and movie of the Christmas Carol is a holiday movie and play that can be different by how they might’ve been solved differently, different scenes, and sometimes extra characters. In the Christmas Carol the movie, it shows Scrooge and Mr. Cratchit in Scrooge’s office working and his nephew walks in and tries to invite Scrooge
Despite their differences in these holidays, they are also similar in various ways. For example, during both these holidays we are set off from work and school to relax, which is the Thanksgiving break, and the winter break. My family all unite at my grandmother 's house, each bringing a dish to share. For example, in Thanksgiving, my mom sometimes makes the ham, my aunt brings the turkey while others bring mashed potatoes and corn. As for Christmas a feast is also being made as we all gather around bringing different varieties of dishes such as tamales, and posole.
Over Christmas Break I went to one of these shows and it gets more and more fun every time I go. My Christmas Break was full of interesting experiences, and these experiences this year just added to how much I like Christmas. Every year I look forward to making our famous slush. I also got to explore parts beyond my woods I’ve never seen before, and I performed on stage at my Grandpa’s barn. Although I can do these things more than just once a year, it seemed just a little bit better doing it on
It is no doubt that Christmas is one of the most wonderful times of the year. People spend time with their families, they decorate their homes with loads of Christmas things, and they set out to see the most reputable show of all time the Nutcracker. Whether it’s a broad way show, an orchestra playing, or just the movie of the nutcracker playing on the television, the nutcracker is what makes Christmas so special for so many little children and adults across America every year. This year I decided to attend a Nutcracker performance myself, but this wasn’t your typical nutcracker performance, this one had a little twist to it. On Saturday December 2nd, I attended The Nutcracker Suite, op.
Then we go to my Grandma’s on my mom’s side of the family and we celebrate Christmas with them. When we celebrate Christmas we always bring sweets and everybody likes them. My aunt sometimes brings a cake to sing happy birthday to Jesus. Both of my grandmas have a manger, and they put Jesus in it on Christmas morning. We have another
The ghost of Christmas past, the ghost of Christmas present, and last but not least the ghost of Christmas to come. (Dickens 9) In the movie Scrooge is despised by everyone he knows. Everyone who walks by him is afraid to ask him a question or even bump him accidentally while
For example, they go out to dinner for Valentine’s day and buy presents at Christmas. In American culture, everyday is a new reason to throw a party. Family in American culture. Families in America differ between each household, but no matter the number inside, the way one another values each other is the same. In American culture, to be a family means to come together during good or bad times.
I sat alone at my desk with the door shut and lights off. It was a Friday night. Ordinarily, I would be out with his friends or on a date with Leena, but now, I was using my free nocturnal hours to wallow in my melancholy mood, finishing my assigned reading of Macbeth. Growing up, I read a lot. We didn 't have a television in the small apartment, so all I had were books to keep me company.
This is the day that I am able to open the precisely wrapped boxes and other gifts. I will also be spending plenty of time with my family and other relatives. Opening presents will start around 7:30 a.m. and end a few short hours later around 11:30 a.m. After all of the wrapping paper is torn apart, we drive to our Grandma’s house. Grandma has, even more, presents awaiting us to open from 12:00 p.m. to 3 p.m. Then we travel home after a long day of making memories. Once we arrive home, my brother and I entertain ourselves with all of the extraordinary gifts we have received.