Happy Monday, friends! This FRIEND MAKIN' MONDAY comes to you from MY CHIHUAHUA BITES.
What is FRIEND MAKIN' MONDAY?
Well, it is a linky party/blog hop that was created to help bloggers make new friends. Anyone is welcome to participate!
If you’d like to participate, simply write a blog post on the topic below. Head back to MY CHIHUAHUA BITES and link back to your specific blog post using MckLinky. After you link up, visit the other blogs participating to say hello. Other bloggers will then visit your blog and leave you comments! It’s a win/win for everyone!
Disclaimer: Please link to your specific blog post, NOT your blog. Please only link up if you participate in FMM. All other links will be deleted.
Today’s topic is:
What are your holiday traditions?What holidays traditions did you have as a child? Did your family do anything specific or special during the holiday season (Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter – any holiday!)? What traditions would you like to implement with your own family or your future family?
When my maternal grandparents were alive, and lived in Vineland, we would go to their house for Hallowe'en. My sister and I would dress up, we would all go out for dinner, and then we would go trick or treating. My grandparents would give out treats.
My mum used to like wearing the "creepy old man" costume, and scaring little kids. Before Hallowe'en came, my sister and I made pumpkin-head men to sit on the front porch. One year, we even rigged a ghost that would run from the porch to the walnut tree on a cord. It even scared the adults!
As we got older, my parents gave up on Thanksgiving. Cooking for hours, shoving everyone (including significant others) at a table too small--so now we go to a fall fair! We have hot dogs, kettle corn and hot cider rather than turkey and all the fixin's. It's way more fun, and a good way to end a weekend of being over-turkeyed.
That's all for me right now, folks! So post this to your own blog on Mondays, and link back to MY CHIHUAHUA BITES, and don't forget to add your name to the McLinky there!