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The tradition I carry on isevery Christmas Eve my family gathers together and opens presents at midnight. This is something we have been doing since I was little. The family will gather at around 6pm and then all the kids will be in one room playing...

The tradition I carry on ismaking tamales every Christmas Eve. Me and the rest of my family get together and decide who's going to be doing what. Usually it would be my dad and tio's cooking the meat and everything we're going to use to put...

The tradition I carry on is decorating family graves. Every Sunday, Spring through Fall, my paternal grandparents would go to the cemetery to water the plants in the huge urn on my grandmother's family plot. This was part of their Sunday drive, which I often joined...

The tradition I carry on is that of educator. I have been a secondary math teacher for 30 years now, and still going. My mother was a teacher, and my father tried to be—he was unable to get teaching jobs due to the...

The tradition I carry on isusing the words: “Malacheechee” & “Gorpy” & “FooFooSheeShee” as coined by my Family. (Meaning Jinxed, Overly Big & Super Fancy...though few know it.)

The tradition I carry on issending notes, letters, and packages to dear friends local or all over the country.

The tradition I carry on isI try to preserve the local color of the South and my Southern heritage as a screenwriter. I believe in keeping interesting differences of regions alive. The South is rich in story and is a very colorful place.

The tradition I carry on isPizza Fridays! My toddler looks forward to it all day Friday.

The tradition I carry on is the Wash Ford Family Reunion. We are celebrating 94 consecutive years sharing the love of family. "Georgia" is on my mind not only when we get together all over the east coast but it is also in my children. We...