Christmas day for a Jew is as fun for a non-Jew. First, we have the day off so we typically spend the day with family and friends. Second, we make a big breakfast/brunch. This year Sarah and I made homemade Cinnamon Rolls. They were really yummy and easy to make!
The rest of the day was spent lounging around and playing with toys. Sarah is really into Lego’s this year. She was super excited to get a set for Chanukah.
Third, we go out for Chinese food. We decided to go to Chinatown for authentic Chinese food this year. It seemed like most of LA thought that was a good idea as there was a 2 hour wait. Since we arrived at 5pm we decided to brave the wait and walk around Chinatown.
My sister-in-law and I both got boba (or bubble) teas. Yum, love this stuff!
Most of Chinatown stores are filled with nicknacks. We came across this funny sign.
An hour and 45 minutes later they called our number and we enjoyed our Chinese feast.
After dinner we each opened our fortunes to find that hubby and I had identical fortunes.
The irony of our fortune on Christmas day.
Check out what we did the previous years below.