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Happy Holidays to you and yours!!! What are your Holiday Traditions? Are you starting a Holiday Tradition? What is a Holiday Tradition? What is your favorite song for the Holidays and why? Favorite food; those must haves. Now what will you do with all those left overs? What was your favorite gift you received? How do you say Thank You to a gift that isn't what you want? When do you take your tree down? Plus we will announce our Holiday Traditions winner and hear their Holiday Tradition.
Friday, Dec. 25, is Christmas Day for many people around the world. However, there are many other holiday celebrations in the weeks surrounding it. Because of that, traditions and memories also surround today and this week. Come share yours with us on Purpose Talk Radio thie Dec. 25, noon PT/ 3 p.m. ET/8 p.m. UK. You can call in to the show at 347-205-9074 or Skype during the live show. Live or archived, you can join us for discussion on the Facebook group Purpose Talk Radio Conversations.
It's the holiday season and No Tea wants to celebrate with you. Join Chrita and Cryss as we talk about the origins of holiday traditions, the evolution via new generations, and where we're headed. We'll also talk about managing holiday stress.
Whether it be Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or New Year's, let us know what your favorite memories are, and what you're doing this year.
Join us, (646) 668-2620 -7-9:00 p.m., or live chat here on blogtalk, w/ Chrita on Twitter, or Cryss on Facebook. We'll be waiting!
CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS vary around the World.
CHRISTMAS MARKETS, popular and famous for their elaborate decorations, lights and shopping stalls. Throughout some of Europe's biggest cities, vendors, craftsmen, women and bakers and more gather to sell and show off their talents.
From late November until Dec. 24th, these markets include handmade crafts, toys, holiday ornaments, famous foods, wines and pasteries that are specific to that region. In most of the markets, shows, performance, carolers and other musicians play at various times over the course of the market season.
Shows, Performances, carolers...etc.
Biggest markets are located in...etc.
St. Lucia Day...etc.
Christmas traditions. Every family has them. But do most families include their animal companions? We all want to create those special holiday memories we can look back on and cherish--so why not make them with the ones who love us best and most--our pets? In this episode of The Missy Show, we explore ways to involve your furry (or not so furry), family members in your special holiday traditions. We also go over some holiday safety tips to keep your animal safe. So join hosts J and D, Saturday, December 19th, at 5pm Central on The Missy Show! Don't miss us! We'll be on hiatus until January 9th, 2016.
Today on "24 Holiday Tips for Savvy Homeowners" I will be talking with my guest Marilyn Elizabeth (M.E.) Porter.
Why it’s important to create your own holiday traditions
Everyone loves the holidays but often we (women) try to do too much. It’s easy to end up so exhausted we don’t enjoy ourselves. That’s why we’re hosting experts to share 24 holiday tips to help you re-balance how you spend your time and money during this holiday season. We hope you enjoy these tips about listening to family members and creating your own unique holiday traditions
To read more about Marilyn's interview click here.
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Dr. Dave™ and Venus Quintana will be talking about many different Christmas traditions enjoyed worldwide at this festive time of year. Why not call in to WIN and share some of your most favorite memories and family traditions? This should prove to be a very entertaining episode.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you and yours from Dr. Dave™ and Venus
Join us as we reveal the pagan origin of Christmas, which is for the birth of the pagan god Tammuz according to scripture. If we are truly saved, can we violate the Holy scriptures? Plus join us for more news concerning false prophets and the wicked LGBT movement. Don't Miss!
Well its that time of year again, where everyone gets snuggly by the fire, drinking hot cocoa, trying to wash the taste of grandmas brick of a fruit cake out of your mouth. If you think thats a bad tradition, wait until you see what the rest of the world does. That's right... We are pulling up some of the most outrageous holiday traditions from around the globe. Plus the top 10 takes a turn and we go to Japan.
On this first episode of Season Eight, Chad and Jeff celebrate the Christmas season through music featuring a wide variety of holiday hits by Sir Paul McCartney, Mariah Carey, Al Green, Cher, Luther Vandross, Olivia Newton-John, The Jackson Five, Elvis Presley and many, many more! As 2015 comes to an end, we hope you all have a very safe and happy holiday season! We hope that 2016 is a prosperous year for all of our listeners! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Every year families across the globe celebrate Christmas. Each family has a particiular ritual or tradition that they just can't do without in making it special. Join the ladies as they discuss some of the traditions that have been passed down from their familiies and the ones they have created for thieir own nuclear family that helps to make this season bright. We are excited to hear about the things that go into making your Christmas Day joyous. Join the conversation by calling (347)855-8966.