Here we are in November already! I just can't believe how time flies. There are a lot of Holidays to celebrate around this time of the year.
Halloween was just yesterday. Some said that it's their most favorite holiday, the day that they have been waiting for all year around. Fun costumes, spooky decorations, including Jack O' Lantern, and Trick or Treating are customary practices in most countries.
Thanksgiving for the US folks is just around the corner. It is the forth Thursday of November while Canadians have theirs on the second Monday of October. Thanksgiving is actually my next most favorite holiday after Christmas. Thanksgiving day was historically celebrated as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest. Today, it is more known as a tradition where families and friends get together and give thanks for what they have for. A special meal is served, which include large roasted turkey.
Christmas is not too far behind. Even though Christmas is celebrated around the world, it is celebrated differently among countries. Christmas traditions may vary as they are deeply influenced by local cultures. I find them intriguing. You can find more well-written and fun articles about Christmas around the world on Julie's Blue Morning Expressions blog.
I am humbled to be included in 14 awesome collection this week. Thank you to those who included my items. I'm truly honored.
Treats for Halloween
Curated by craftingmemories
Christmas FunCurated by WireCrafters
Blue ChristmasCurated by BearCreekCollection
Red and White Holiday CollectionCurated by evezbeadz
COLLECTION : ADORE BY NAT STUDIOCurated by AndreaDesigns
Pinks From the Countdown to Christmas Week 6Curated by Wyverndesigns
Fabulous finds perfect for Christmas gifts IICurated by LittleApples
THANKS for all the GIVING you did this year ArtfireCurated by CanadianCreationz
Thanksgiving!Curated by BLindEyeArtist-SJJ
Check out MustacheCurated by bitspeaces
Dedication to the mushroom lovers
Curated by LittleApples
Fire Rescue - Something for your HERO!Curated by KraftyMax
Little things count.Curated by zoomgraphik
Boulevard of Artisans - 2Curated by craftsofthepast
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