Hmmm, both I think. ;PBut this season I always bear in mind that it is always the thought that counts. Being remembered is what truly matters for me. Just a simple merry x'mas makes me happy! and of course being with the people I love.Gifts are good but even without I'll get by...
mitzh: I completely agree!:) Gifts, I think, are a bigger deal when we're little. Even so, I think all kids would want to be with their family on Christmas too.
LOL. So funny!I haven't gone shopping yet! Maybe next week or something. There are countless things to care of, now that grandpa's gone. I'll try my best to have a happy christmas.
Hi Sincerity!Thanks for stopping by my blog a while back. I've been so busy with the www.GraceAlley.com site development that I've been a bit absent from blogger. How are you? I enjoy birthdays, but for me, Christmas is about celebrating Christ by being sensitive to His leading to others who are in need. So many are, yet we live in an affluent nation. I find the most joy in helping others. Enjoy the blessings of the season!
algelic:Holidays can be difficult when we've lost a loved one. Remember that its okay to be sad... sometimes the most meaningful times are when we smile and laugh while the tears fall. Hugs to you.
a life inspired:Hey girlfriend! Great to hear from you again! I agree with you one-hundred percent. I think it pleases the Lord when we stop looking at ourselves so much and start looking for ways to help others.
borrego:Bien Venido! Como te va?
That comment sounds just like my wife! LOL
lol, nice comic :)I work near a very big mall, so shopping shopping shopping is all I see!Happy Christmas :)
dave: Really?! LOL That's funny! Thanks for sharing and Merry Christmas!
sasha:Hey girlfriend! Yeah, the malls are crazy busy! I'm so glad I finished all my Christmas shopping last week!Thanks! I hope you have a great Christmas yourself and a fantastic New Year too!
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