Is anyone doing the 'holiday countdown'?
I'm in the habit of allowing every celebration/holiday it's due. Halloween, Thanksgiving, and then Christmas. No holiday blends into the next. I do not shop on Thanksgiving Day, or the mid-night Black Friday Sale. The Christmas tree never appears until the second week of December.
This year, I've tossed the rules out the windows.
A local FM radio station and a music channel on cable began playing Christmas music the 1st week in November. I'm listening. I have Christmas candy displayed in my candy dishes and in my Bell jars in the cupboards. I even purchased a package of Hershey's kisses that are called: Sugar Cookie. White chocolate with colorful sprinkles. They do taste exactly like a sugar cookies, too.
The fragrance of spices, cookies, hot cocoa fill the home with comfortable and familiar memories.
2020 has been challenging for everyone.
Perhaps this is why I'm rushing into Christmas this year.
I love 'warm and cuddly' romance novels during the holidays?
Romance novels with Cowboys, Kisses, Families, and old-fashioned values.
Stories where little girls, and little boys, have a special request for Santa. And there is always, always a happy-ending.
The holidays are a magical time, a time filled with memories and hope for a better future.
Classic holiday music, classic movies, family recipes and classic romantic stories.
What 'new' traditions are you planning for your holiday this year?
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Wishing all of my readers a holiday season filled with blessings and joy.
And Warm Wishes and Gingerbread Kisses for 2021!