'Tis the Season: How, if at all, do you celebrate?

Boats in the 101st annual Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade are lit with Christmas decorations as they move through through the night on December 16, 2009 in Newport Beach, California.
Boats in the 101st annual Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade are lit with Christmas decorations as they move through through the night on December 16, 2009 in Newport Beach, California.
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Goodbye, pumpkin spice latte. Hello, peppermint mocha. If a trip to the local Starbucks tells you anything, it’s that we are now firmly in the so-called holiday season. But in a place as culturally and religiously diverse as Southern California, just what exactly we celebrate at this time of year can vary dramatically from house to house and block to block.
 
That’s why “Take Two” producers want to hear from you. What makes your holiday traditions unique? Whether your December is Santa centric or sans St. Nick, focused on religion or secular, we’re eager to hear from you.
 
We’ll read every response but nothing is published without your permission.