We’ll start this list with a post about poinsettias. I always receive my first ones around Thanksgiving from my husband. To me, it just isn’t Christmas without one or more in our home. Do you enjoy them during Thanksgiving and Christmas?
An ever so true quote about Christmas, don’t you agree?
For those that love the beach like me, doesn’t this just bring a smile to your face?
Have you heard of the tradition of the Christmas pickle? Is it part of your Christmas festivities? It’s fun for the whole family, especially kids!
Reading this poem as a child myself and then later to my children and grandbabies became a tradition for us. How about you?
I believed in Santa as a child. The Santa tradition continued with my children and grandbabies. We did not suffer from believing in a magical person that came delivering gifts. Santa doesn’t take away from the real reason we celebrate Christmas, the birth of Jesus. What do you think?
This is our menu every year. It’s a feast that feeds a large amount of people, our family and friends, with everyone looking forward to their favorite recipes. Let’s compare menus to see if we serve traditional or maybe not so traditional foods compared to others.
An awesome and pretty reminder for the reason we celebrate Christmas.
It surely would not be Christmas if we didn’t hear this song several times during December. Hearing the song and having a mantle or yard display of the inspiring event of the birth of Jesus is what Christmas is all about. Do you agree?
We’ll end this post by wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful Happy New Year!
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