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Marsha Phillips' Culture

Food Culture

Holiday Culture

Christmas Day

Thursday, Dec. 25th, 12am

♥♥ home or where there is family ♥♥

When I was younger I use to go to Mexico for Christmas almost all my family was there and we celebrated. My favorite thing about it was there use to be no Santa. (Even though there were presents under our tree back at home.) Instead we gave each other gifts. I stopped going when I was nine but by then Santa was brought to Mexico and that became a tradition for them. Even though I loved Santa it was nice to see the differences between an American and Mexican Christmas. The cultures are beginning to blend more but at least I still have the memories

RELIGION CULTURE

I am agnostic theist, I am not sure about if there is a god. I feel like I want there to be a god more then it is to be actually true although this makes me sad that I can't be certain. But I have learned its okay to not know somethings in fact I think its helped me.

♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ I can see and appreciate things from other religions :) ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

I put a chart below that explains it a bit! And highlighted what I am ☺

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Music Culture

A songs I like: Heart It Races by Dr. Dog and an album by Cage the Elephant

Tabitha Fernan

Heart It Races by Dr. Dog by Tabitha Fernan
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Hobby Culture

Jon Manasse Interview

Jon Manasse tells us about the clarinet. This shows my culture because playing the clarinet is a big part of my culture at school!

In school people know you by your extra-curricular. Mine is band! So it is understandable if a big part of someones culture is a hobby they have if its from a high school class.

I have been playing the clarinet for almost 5 years. And while being in band for all these years we have created a tight knit family. Band is part of my culture. But even in band there are other "subcultures" such as Woodwinds. And an even further are the specific sections or instruments.

My section is The Clarinets our culture involves goofing around and meetings to discuss our behavior afterwards. We also put in a lot of hard work and get things done at the end!