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I Hate Christmas. Here’s Why I’m Celebrating It for the Next 2 Months

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While many of us are abandoning holiday traditions this year, ZORA writer Elisabeth Ovesen has decided to celebrate for the first time:

There’s a lot I have never celebrated or experienced. I have missed out on most of the memories many people have because of my disdain for holidays and fetes. I still remember what it’s like to be so excited and…




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