What are your holiday traditions?
The holiday season means different things to almost every different family. It could be a chance to welcome family into your own home for a busy Christmas Day, or it might mean traveling across the country to visit other relatives.
It could be a day long celebration, or week long. It could stretch over a couple weekends, when you count visits to in-laws and others.
Whatever the case, we want to hear your holiday traditions. What makes them unique? What might change this year? And why? Better yet, do you come from an interfaith family?
And in this holiday season, we become more aware of those who have less than us. What do you do to give back? Is it a day at a nonprofit? Or one big donation? Or have you been forced to cut back?
It wouldn’t be the holidays without shopping. What’s changed for you this year? Why? Are you a crammer, waiting until the last minute, or do you like to plan things out? What’s your strategy?
Any responses will only get reviewed by the KOSU newsroom. If we’re interested, we’ll be in touch. And Happy Holidays!