I can’t remember much about my first couple winter breaks, but I can clearly remember some of the recent ones. During most of my Winter Breaks, I do many enjoyable things to keep busy. My sister and I usually make fun lists of stuff we can do during the break, so we don’t get bored. I also like watching Christmas movies with my family! When I 'm not spending time with my family, I am most likely hanging out with my friends. My friends and I have a lot of fun going shopping, watching Christmas movies and singing Christmas songs, making cookies, drinking hot chocolate and lots more! I have a lot of entertainment provided for me during my break! A few of the main things I plan to do this Winter Break are hang out with family and friends, play volleyball and watching Christmas movies. …show more content…
Most of my family lives out of town, so it’s very special when I get to see them.We usually travel to see family that lives out of town, or they come to visit us. I will tell you though, our family has lots of fun during Christmas! Second, I love hanging out with my friends. They are also very important to me! 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. Also, since it’s usually very cold outside around this time of year, watching movies keep me warm and cozy. Movies are much more enjoyable to watch with friends and family. Christmas movies can always brighten up a boring
“Christmas is the day that holds all time together” (Alexander Smith) Christmas is a holiday full of joy and happiness, and people from all over the world loves Christmas, not only children but also adults. As a result, thousands of companies see the business opportunities of Christmas, which formed Christmas big Sales, Christmas special products, and Christmas series shows and movies. Watching Christmas movies and drinking hot chocolate with your family around the fireplace is always a sweet memory of Christmas. Without a doubt, Christmas movies have already existed for decades.
Normally all my fathers family members can attend and I get to catch up with my Canadian cousins and brother who lives in Boston. Additionally we enjoy the classic feast of turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans, cranberry sauce, and more. Thanksgiving has a lot of importance to my family because I get to spend time with the people I don't see as often and bond with them. I believe that my family can also feel this social importance, which is why nobody ever seems to miss it, and we always leave so late. Between the food, friends, family, and extra long weekend off school,
Growing up in a big family, traditions were what kept our family together. As a child, every first weekend in December was spent at my grandma’s house. It was our traditional craft/tree decorating weekend. All 15 of us grandkids would arrive at grandma’s house filled with excitement and joy. It was at time that we all got to spend catching up with each other and playing.
The movie and play of the Christmas story have a lot of differences and similarities in the conflict, climax, and resolution. In the play a lot of thing happen and set the course for the video. In the play Scrooge thinks Christmas is a great big humbug and it is very apparent. Scrooge is visited by the ghost of Jacob Marley his dead business
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
Lasting Legacies Since the beginning of time, fathers have been one of the key figures in a boy 's life. In the poems, “Those Winter Sundays” by Theodore Roethke, “My Papa’s Waltz” by Robert Hayden, and "Digging" by Seamus Heaney, the love between a father and his son are shown in a variety of ways. These three wonderful poems inspire people, especially fathers and sons, to have deep relationships with one another. The words written by Roethke, Hayden, and Heaney show that it is difficult to keep a relationship strong between a father and his son, because even the smallest mistake can destroy it. Each of these poems demonstrate, in their own way, the complicated and strong love between a father and his son.
I had a pretty relaxed Thanksgiving Break. On Saturday and Sunday all of my friends were either busy or away so I did not have anything have anything to do. I just watched T.V. and chilled out both days. Except on Saturday night the Coronado High School boys were playing their most important game of the year, so my family and went and cheered them on. Then, on Monday and Tuesday I was really busy with water polo.
The majority of my friends love Thanksgiving, and I love it, too! I just love it not so much for the food or because you’re with family; all of those things are nice too. Me and my family love Thanksgiving because of Black Friday Shopping. Oh sure we cook food and say a prayer together and all of that good stuff, but while we do all of those nice things we look at all the sales papers. We write several lists down of the items everyone wants buy for the sales.
Over the Border Every year my family decides what to do for the holidays and where to go. Most of the time I have no say in it because my uncles insist on visiting or they invite us over. It doesn’t help that all of my family lives in Texas, California, and Mexico. This year has been the first time that we have spent Christmas and New Years here at home with just my family in a long time. Last year we took a long trip to Chihuahua, Mexico which is the biggest part/state of Mexico where my mother is from.
Movies are one form of entertainment. Many families enjoy spending time together at the movies. If you are looking for something to do with your family Friday night go see “Woodlawn.” It’s about “A gifted high school football player who must learn to embrace his talent and his faith as he battles racial tensions on and off the field. ”(Quote from IMD)
“Thanksgiving Break” a term every middle school student remembers. A time to spend with your family, eat food and the best part, not being in school. It was a beautiful autumn day and the ground glowed with the crisp fall leaves. The leaves seemed to dance around as the cool mid- autumn air blew through them. It was the day before thanksgiving and us grandkids were at grandma's house for a fun family day.
The frosty winter air is opening the door for another heavenly Christmas. A maelstrom of love hits every soul, leaving a magical touch of joy and faith. What is the best thing to do in this season? Watch Christmas movies. Two holiday films that will leave something to talk about are A Christmas Carol, a movie adapted to the book by Charles Dickens, and Miracle on 34th Street, a John Hughes production.
Over the holidays, a family member of mine hosts a Christmas party/gathering every year and we play some games along with prizes for a winner, we all have conversations on anything that comes to mind, its always a good time when all of us gather. I enjoy the decorating because it gives me something to do, and it puts me in a good mood an I feel really good. Another thing, the house feels more alive with all kinds of decorations and its always sad to take them all down. Lastly, I enjoy having the food during Christmas, the ham, the turkey, the veggies, the potatoes, and the bread, I get to enjoy all of these foods at least two times or more depending if I 'm invited to my other family members Christmas