Christopher

24, from Oberhaching

For me, Christmas definitely means being at home, that's important to me, with my family, all those classics. I'm not a churchgoer, but I do enjoy the one time I'm there to hear Mass.

 

That has always been important to me on the special day. I would say rituals, it's always the same process. I worked here for a long time this year at the Christmas market, so I've been really looking forward to Christmas for a long time because that's when work is over. 

I'm currently looking for a bit professionally, so I wish that I could calm down a bit over the holidays and be able to orientate myself.

 

That there is no stress at home over time, that everyone stays chilled, that not everyone gets infected by all the hustle and bustle, but can enjoy the time a little more. That I can spend time with my brother. I celebrate on the 24th just us, mom, dad and my brother. On the 25th we go to grandma's for cheese fondue. And on the 26th to the other part of the family, unfortunately grandma died by then, but we still meet up in the old house and celebrate a bit there. 

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Christmas definitely means being at home for me, that's important to me, with the family, just classics. I am not a churchgoer, but I enjoy it one time when I am there to listen to the Mass.

 

That has always been important to me on the special day. I would say rituals, it's always the same process. I worked here for a long time at the Christkindlmarkt, I was really looking forward to Christmas for a long time, because then the work is over.

I am currently looking for a little bit professionally, so I hope that I can relax a little over the holidays and find my bearings.

 

That there is no stress at home over time, that everyone stays chilled, that not everyone is infected by all the hustle and bustle, but that they can enjoy the time a bit more. That I can spend time with my brother. I only celebrate on the 24th, mom, dad and my brother. On the 25th we drive to Grandma, there is cheese fondue. And on the 26th part of the family, unfortunately, the grandmother already died, but we still meet in the old house and then celebrate a bit.