Personal Facts
Holiday Traditions
Holiday Fiascos
Holiday Memories
100

This team member has attended Karate classes in High School and was also given an award for typing 90 WPM

Carmen

100

This Team Member always goes to a local tree farm to cut their own tree down- over the years this has evolved into somewhat of a game to find the most inexpensive tree...... the way it looks is not important!

Debbie

100

The year when this team member's uncle announced he was divorcing their aunt and had a new girlfriend younger than his kids….but still hosted Christmas together ….with their children very unhappy and the soon to be ex wife sitting at the kids table next to him…..all the while he was bragging about what a great job his new girlfriend did redecorating the new house!  Today the ex and the kids are really good friends with the girlfriend and like her better than him!

Rachel


100

As a child would spend Christmas ever at a family restaurant with over 200 extended family members

Christine

200

This team member will be celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary this month

Alicia

200

On Christmas Eve they have a nice dinner with family, watch a Christmas movie and stay up until midnight to open gifts!

Alicia

200

Stopped putting the names of their kids on the packages because they would figure out what gifts they received- it became somewhat a game - but one year they forgot what gift was for who and the wrong child ended up opening the presents!

Alicia

200

Best Christmas was one I spent in the Dominican Republic with family in 1994

Carmen

300

This team member was born at Cape Fear hospital and delivered by a Dr. Payne

Brian

300

This team member enjoys cooking with family during the holidays

Paulinda


300

This past Christmas this team member's father in law decide to share a story from his childhood (which they had heard before) about how his older siblings would trick him into thinking Santa was on their roof at night (making sounds) in order to keep him believing that Santa was real.   The kicker is that he was sharing this story with the entire family- including his grandkids.....some of which still believed!  Disaster was averted (they think) as the kids were removed from the room partway through the story

Melissa

300

Consuming festive drinks that prolong the present opening process to 3-4 hours on Christmas day!

David

400

This Team Member Has never in their life had a cup of coffee

Debbie 

400

This team member's family gets matching christmas pjs and wearing them on christmas eve.  Then on christmas eve- they open the more "personal" presents that night so more time is taken (kids exchange between kids) 

Melissa

400

This team member's  father loved their live Christmas tree so much that they decided to try to preserve the tree for the following year (this is possible apparently) but this was in Florida- so by July- there was a skeleton of a tree on the front driveway for all the world to see!

Brian

400

This Team Member drove an hour away and forgot all of the gifts for the grandkids and was so distraught that their child drove all the way to her house (without her knowing) to get them….just to make her feel better!  Funny thing is that she didn't notice he was gone!

Theresa

500

This team member loves Disco Music

Christine


500

On Christmas Eve after dinner- the adults in this team member's family become elves wrapping gifts and then early in the morning while eating Christmas breakfast they are unwrapped

Lourdes


500

When this team member was 5 they and their siblings tried to climb their Christmas tree on Christmas eve….which toppled over- they had to wear the Christmas ornaments on our clothes on Christmas day as punishment

Donna

500

As a child would watch their grandfather make homemade pasta- hanging the noodles to dry from a clothesline.

Debbie

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