During the 24th I’ll pretty much be helping my mom making the Christmas diner. Since my family is very Christian (I’m not, but still), in the night I’ll accompany them to the mass and after that I’ll return home to spend time with them. Here in Guatemala we have the tradition to wait until midnight, and at that time people start burning fireworks and other pyrotechnics in order to celebrate the birth of Jesus. After watching all the fireworks (and burning some ourselves), we go inside and have diner. After diner we open the presents and then go to bed. The 25th is a very relaxing and quiet day, which is pretty much used to spend time with the family.
I also like to play pranks to my family (and anyone who enters my house), so what I do is that I put those little balls that explode when you put pressure on them (I don’t know its name in English, sorry :s) inside the bathroom, by the toilet, and around the main entrances of my house so when people are peacefully walking nearby, they can get scared when stepping on them. It’s really fun. >:3
I forgot to mention: Merry Christmas, everyone