Ok, so here’s the deal. I love Christmas! When I say that, people usually say, “Oh, I like Christmas, too.” They do not understand. When I say, “I love Christmas,” I mean, I LOVE Christmas!! As a matter of fact, I love the whole month of December.
How could I not? My birthday is the first week of December. My brother’s birthday is the second week of December. My other brother’s wedding anniversary is the third week of December. Christmas is the fourth week of December. And then the month is capped off with the celebration of the New Year.
Party, party, party, right? And that’s pretty much the way it was at our house growing up. We had something to celebrate every single week, so who cared if it was cold and super snowy outside? It was a golden month.
So maybe you’ll understand why I celebrate Christmas in July. I watch Christmas movies on Hallmark. I drink my coffee in the morning out my favorite Christmas mug. And I make it a point to greet the people I see. Rather than “Merry Christmas”, I say, “Hello, how are you doing today?” No slipping by people with eyes averted. No being stuck in my own shell. I make a concerted effort to engage people.
It feels good. My mood is elevated. All seems right with my nearby world.
So “Hello, Dear Readers, how are you doing today?”
Meet me at the Kingdom!
P.S. I’m still Nooming and still watching the scale move slowly down. I’m getting in more steps each day, and I’m selecting foods that are good for my body. “I feel good, da da da da da da da. You know that I should now, da, da, da, da, da, da, da…”
P.P.S. Today’s featured photo is my son-in-love placing the tree topper on our Christmas tree. I love it!
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Huzzah for the James cameo! 😄😄
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I couldn’t resist. 😘
My husband and I never really felt like our Christmas decor was up long enough if we waited until after Thanksgiving… So we started putting our fall decor up on Sept 1 (so it gets all of September and October) then we put Christmas decor up November 1 (so it gets all of November and December)! Do you wait until after Thanksgiving to put your Christmas decor up?