Real Spirit of the Holidays: Real Holidays by Real Families #JCPenney #JCPenneyLatino







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Thanksgiving is tomorrow and it is a very special holiday for our family. We love giving thanks for all the many blessings we have been given all year long. We go all out. We mix a blend of your traditional Thanksgiving dinner, and also a mix of delicious Mexican dishes. Our dinners seem to last all night long because we chat for hours, play games, and watch holiday movies. It is always a great night!

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I shared that we dish up a meal that combines both traditional Thanksgiving dishes and also some Mexican dishes. Our dinners seem to last all night long because we chat for hours, play games, watch holiday movies, and start decorating our Christmas trees. We usually decorate the Kids tree that night.

Thanksgiving always involves games after dinner.

Thanksgiving always involves games after dinner.

We always look forward to a night filled with a lot of laughter and a whole lot of fun.


Decorating the kids tree is always a blast.


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  1. David says:

    The rafflecopter says the giveaway is over but yesterday it said the giveaway would be starting soon. It looks like others are writing their favorite family traditions so I will comment on that as well. We always get together with all of the family members that live locally and have a big meal on Christmas night after Church to celebrate the day and each family brings their own dish. I always look forward to seeing what sort of unique food will be brought by some of the more “out there” members of the family.

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