Christmas All the Time

21 Dec

A while ago when I was talking to a coworker friend who knew I was lacking in a bit of confidence. He told me he didn’t really know why I was because he thought I was sparkly inside and out. How does this have to do with Christmas? Well besides the fact I was was called a “Christmas tree”, it is because this Season is about having appreciation for family and friends.

And this year, I have learned that some people should be appreciated for being so kind to you, especially when you don’t feel you deserve it. At the time of this compliment, I really didn’t think I deserved niceties. But we all struggle with that. And that is what makes the happiness of this season so important.

Wow, this post isn’t very merry. This post is actually verging on the “It’s a wonderful Life” kind of introduction to Christmas… I think I was just trying to say that maybe we should celebrate how much we care for people all year long, because a season isn’t enough to show people how much we care about them.

And maybe we should pretend it’s Christmas more often… and not for presents or to age Jesus a little more. But maybe because this is the time of the year when people try to be the kindest and most grateful for what they have. We should carry it on for the rest of the year. We should tell people they sparkle. Because it makes them realize they can.

I hope that in the midst of all your Christmas and Holiday crazy this made you smile… just a little bit.

♥ and Merry Christmas, My Sparkly Trees!

Lauren

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2 Responses to “Christmas All the Time”

  1. The Hook December 29, 2012 at 4:23 pm #

    This was a great Christmas gift. Thanks!
    And you always deserve any kindness the Universe extends to you, my friend!

    • Viciously Sweet December 29, 2012 at 6:25 pm #

      Awww. As always you make me so happy just from you visit. I hope you have a lovely holiday season that continues into a fabulous next year too!

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