What is this plant? Vine-like succulent with pink flowers

The plant is green and has many oblong shaped segments end to end to form the vines, which at this point are about 1-1/2 to 2 feet long. Each segment is about 2 inches long. Flowers bloom at the end of the last segment.

This is one of the most often grown plants as a legacy plant; they get handed down from mother to daughter, or from a grandmother.

The reason is that they're so easy to grow and propagate, and thrive on neglect. You can see more about Schlumbergera, the Christmas Cactus here.

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