It’s the holiday season once again. Sometimes not everything goes of without a hitch. Families fight, food burns, and kids cry, yet we continue on with the festivities. Let’s take a peek into other people’s lives during the holiday with #MyHolidayStory. This should get interesting.
When does your boiling point happen? Be honest now. You know when your one auntie comes, you want to pull your hair out (We all have that one family member).
— Billie? (@Billie_Jean00) December 19, 2017
It is incredibly difficult to turn down all the goodies that are everywhere during the holidays.
— MeltLikeButta (@jwbutta) December 19, 2017
Some choose to turn to dime wine to take the edge of of the holidays. Whatever works right?
— Just Kristmas ?????? (@kristenRN202) December 19, 2017
Where are all the procrastinators at? Can I get a what what?
#MyHolidayStory involves Christmas shopping on the 24th
— Alextra Thicc ? (@This_Bag) December 19, 2017
Anyone for a group family hug?
— #MohamedAli (@KingDali3) December 19, 2017
We absolutely can’t forget our friends that celebrate Chanukah.
#MyHolidayStory starts with teaching my daughter dreidel, and she went on to dominate over the years. Now we have taught her daughter, and she totally killed us. "Tradition, tradition!" pic.twitter.com/6PQhx5xNIu
— Paul Rosenberg (@PRoseCatalyst) December 19, 2017
Just a little National Lampoon Christmas action happening here, nothing to see, just advertising the eyes.
— Jen S (@msgreenjeans) December 19, 2017
Lets be for real here for a sec. Cooking a turkey can be quite daunting to the novice chef. Good luck. Hope it turns out delicious.
— Shada Escapee (@ShomahKhoobi) December 19, 2017
Heck to the yes. Coffee makes everything better, even if it’s family drama. Just sit back and sip that pumpkin spice latte.
— ??NY Chick?? (@NorthernGirlM) December 19, 2017
Oh snap. Who would like a beach holiday?
— Barbara KisKis (@cruisesandiego) December 19, 2017
This is a very common holiday story, but it’s ask worth it in the end.
#MyHolidayStory Ate Too Much, Drank Too Much, Spent Too Much……
— independent4 (@cmmcm4) December 19, 2017
Try not being the Bad Santa this year. You know, goals and stuff.
— Minnesorta Nuts (@MinnesortaNuts) December 19, 2017
Hopefully, you can enjoy your family even if there are a few kerfuffles. Remember this is the season for love, peace, and joy. Spread kindness to everyone you meet. Happy holidays.