I don't mind it. I work pretty much every holiday except for Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, so those are the biggies for us, although we celebrate some of the smaller holidays too in our own ways.
Valentine's Day - If I manage to get that evening off, Mr. Bottlecaps and I will go out to eat and spend time together. (I'm hoping to get that day off this year, as it will be our first Valentine's Day as a married couple, but if I can't, we can always celebrate it later in the week when I do get an evening off.)
St. Patrick's Day - We go to the local bar, put Flogging Molly on the jukebox, and drink, lol.
Easter - We celebrate it in a secular way. We have dinner at my sister's house most of the time, hang out with the family, then come home and enjoy the day off.
Halloween - We dress up and go to the local bar. They usually have karaoke for Halloween and a pretty good crowd going on. We'll usually have a party at Mr. Bottlecaps' best friend's house sometime around Halloween too.
Veteran's Day - We don't really celebrate it, but I always make it a point to wish Mr. Bottlecaps a happy one, since he is a vet.
Thanksgiving - Dinner at my sister's again. Basically the same as Easter, lol.
Christmas - I LOVE Christmas. I love to decorate, I love buying gifts for people, I love hearing/singing Christmas carols, the whole nine yards! We exchange gifts at my sister's house among the whole family on Christmas Eve, and have dinner there the next day (see a pattern here? LOL). Mr. Bottlecaps, my uncle who lives with us, and I exchange gifts on Christmas morning with each other here at our apartment. We also have a Christmas party at aforementioned friend's house.
New Year's Eve - We usually do a party at aforementioned friend's house for this one too. We all just chill out, maybe play some beer pong or something, drink beers, and watch the ball in NYC drop on TV.
Hmmmm - maybe we celebrate more holidays in my household than I originally thought! LOL!