Based on the local Christmas Eve street traffic jams and full parking lots, there are many people who are tossing away the winter blues and getting ready to herald Christmas Day, Kwanzaa, and the coming new year. For me, it is a time for reflection and being thankful; a time to embrace the riches in my life and what is really important. A time to take a break from negative moments and those day to day hassles of life that tend to weigh us down. I know the key is to maintain this type of holiday spirit on a daily basis and not just for a few days each year. I also know that is easier said than done. But, we can try.
Lisa and I, and our children, wish each of you a Holiday Season that is wrapped in joy, love, festivities, and contentment. May happiness fill your heart and home, and may blessings ride each snowflake that lands on you this season. Enjoy!!!