Written by: Brie Tyler
With the holidays approaching us we need to stop and remember what they are for. We need to celebrate the holidays with loved ones. ones. It’s time for the kids to come home and gather around with the parents and relatives. Time to share all the happy moments we have had together. Forget all the bad and focus on all the good, warm and fuzzy times that make us laugh. Sometimes relatives cannot get together, but make the best of all the ones you have around you. Sometimes the people that are closer to you are friends.
We celebrated my daughter’s birthday October 28th. Getting together for a nice dinner and family time. We made the night come to life by being happy. Happiness is contagious. You can make everyone around you happy if you stay in the state of mind that you will be happy and have a blast, and of course there was presents. Everyone loves presents. Try to make your present something that is useful as well as a gift that they will like and enjoy.
The next holiday will be Turkey Day. What a feast we have with the turkey, dressing, corn, potatoes, beans, sweet potatoes, and don’t forget that pumpkin pie. Then here comes Christmas with another feast and lots of presents.
Why don’t we plan ahead and get all the family together to share the love we have for each other. Don’t let the presents and all the food preparations and the hustle & bustle get to you. Don’t forget the real reason we celebrate Christmas. Let Christ be in your Christmas and share it with the ones who are not as fortunate as we are and with your loved ones. What are you doing with your family & friends for the holi-days? Whatever you do, make sure you take the time to be “Thankful” for what you have.
Happy Holidays to all of you. From Me and my staff.
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