• Weekly Poll: Do you take a lot of time off during the holidays?

    poll-icon-jpgWell, Halloween is almost over and that means we have November and December ahead of us!

    That is what is considered the Holiday season, no matter what or how you celebrate.
    We have a big family Thanksgiving in another State and we have a nice intimate Christmas at home.

    Plus my son's birthday and friend's birthdays and.... the list goes on.
    Do we take time off during the holidays? YES

    We do take the WHOLE week of Thanksgiving off. We are only home 2 days, not worth trying to concentrate as we are packing, finishing last minute things because we celebrate Thanksgiving and Christmas with that side of the family while together.
    And we take 2 weeks over Christmas and New Year's. Too many things going down to worry about school. Mom cannot concentrate on it all.

    So, what do you do?
    Do you take a lot of time off during the holidays?
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