This isn’t a new subject, but traditions have changed in our household after time. Usually I try to Christmas cards ready to send out on Thanksgiving Day. As the years have pass, fewer people reciprocate and send cards to our home. Could it be the cost of stamps? Could it be that people are too busy? Could it be that people really don’t want to communicate? Whatever the reason, remember that Jesus always was and always will be the reason for this Holiday Season.
Things have changed over the years and I get more joy by putting together an album of the Christmas photos that people from our past send to us. Of course, there doesn’t have to be a picture enclosed in Christmas cards, but it’s so nice to see how other families grow. Come to think about it, I use to add a Christmas letter in my cards, but that ceased years ago.
Whatever you decide to do, keep praying for your friends (past, present and future); as you remember that Jesus is the true reason for this holy holiday season. Merry Christmas to you and your family and God Bless Us Everyone!
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