I come from a multicultural-multireligion family consisting of Christians, Jews, and agnositcs. I have learned all too well that nothing good can come from tight labeling of belief structures. The rigidity of these systems, combined with the fervor in which they are followed have caused nothing but hatred and war.
I celebrate every holiday under the sun, and I don't put much thought to it at all. That is not to say that I don't believe in any of them, but rather religion has no boundaries or taboos. Religion should not be dictated, it should be a loose semblence of ideals that help someone find a greater understanding of existance (holy-hippy-s**t! Did I just say that?)
So, with that said- from Monday noon, to Friday, I'm Agnostic. On the weekends, I'm polytheistic with a penchant for Bacchusism. On the next Monday morning, I'm Atheistic, but may briefly pause to pay homage to the porcelain gods.