Doesn't Thanksgiving ruin

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    Christmas just a little bit?

    We don't have Thanksgiving here but I can imagine it takes some of the shine away from Christmas, especially the dinner and guests.
     
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    Only if you let it. :)
     
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    I would let it.

    Hello girlfriend, are you still in the huff with me?:(
     
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    Not to me. But, I was also raised only knowing it this way.

    In fact, having seen divided families, it gives the children an opportunity to do the family day on one holiday with one parent and the other with the other.
     
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    That depends on what you are going to do to entertain me. :)
     
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    I am sure I can up with something:eusa_angel:
     
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    Over here divided families would probably do Christmas day at one parents and Boxing Day at the others or share the day between the two.
     

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