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December 1999 Issue
Traditions
by Ronda L. Halpin
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December brings with it a time filled with holiday traditions. There are the popular ones like trimming a tree and giving gifts. And, there are little known ones that fit into your family's list of not-to-be-forgotten traditions. Everyone has their favorites. What we're asking from you this month is to share those favorite holiday traditions with the rest of us. You may find others out there enjoy the same things. Or you might help to begin new traditions with other readers. Either way, it's a great way to inspire others to get in the holiday spirit!

Each month, we ask a different question here. Your answers and feedback will appear below in the comments section. We encourage you to check out everyone else's answers and make comments and suggestions. This is a great way to get to know people who love reading this electronic magazine. Who knows, your next Internet friend may be a few clicks away!



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