With Christmas a week away, i can’t help but noticing that so many people do not seem very cheery. In my mind, it feels like the whole year builds to a climactic crescendo that is Christmas and then we get the much awaited two or three weeks off. It can feel like so much pressure is placed on the end part of the year and instead of feeling excited, we have forgotten what Christmas really means. Having to buy gifts, is a forced form of consumerism in disguise. How many people are you buying for that truly need something new? Would they prefer to simply spend time with you or rather a more heart felt, thought-out present?
For me, Christmas (and everyday) should be a time of giving, not with my wallet, but with my attitude and my willingness to bring some joy to peoples day.
This time of year can weigh on people, partly, I believe, because we are told we should be feeling so happy and being disappointed when we are anything but.
Remember when you were a kid and that sense of wonder Christmas time brought? Well maybe there’s a way to tap into that again. To embrace the little miracles along the way and appreciate what makes your life so special. Try giving someone a hug or surprising them with the gift of listening. Remind someone that you love them or maybe tell them for the first time. And remember that you are not alone, even if it seems that way. Because all stress aside, Christmas is a time for giving, we just need to think of what others truly need to receive. .
It's our baby bil's 17th birthday so how can i calm myself down😜? Idk how to express my happiness for this day im so fucking happy. I don't have any word to wish bil. Just let you know bil saved me and i love her so fuckinh much.
It's a happy day but can you remember anything? 6 fucking months ago someone left us, we still cry for that legend. Legends never die🤓. #LLJ 🕊
It's a happy day don't be sad..¿🎊🎉
Happy birthday my lil girl @wherearetheavocados 🎊🎉