2015:Advent Calendar of Christmas Memories: Christmas Wishes ~ # 20

Advent Calendar: December 20, 2015

Christmas Wishes

From now until Christmas Eve, I will be participating in the 2015 Edition of the Advent Calendar of Christmas Memories by Thomas MacEntee and the Geneabloggers. If you would like to know more or even join in, please see This Link. I’d like to personally thank Dawn Williams-Kogutkiewicz of Dawning Genealogy for sharing this idea on Genealogy Bloggers.


 Christmas Wishes

Some wish for specific things while others help make the wishes of others come true. Most of us probably wish for peace, prosperity and good health. Do you have a special Christmas wish that came true, or that you are still waiting to come true?

My Wishes: Christmas is a magical time of the year; as a child you wish for toys from Santa and then you learn that Santa isn’t as magical as you once thought… if only we could believe through the eyes of a child.

My Christmas wish is for health and happiness for all my family and friends. I hope you find time to enjoy spending with your family as it’s such a hard season to relax. There is so much hustle and bustle with shopping and baking, and writing all these blogging posts for us bloggers, that by the time Christmas Eve arrives – well we’re all pooped! And then it’s almost over.

I send the warmest Christmas wishes to you and your family…

I’m still holding onto that Disney trip one Christmas – hey a girl can dream…

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© 2015 Jeanne Bryan Insalaco


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1 Response to 2015:Advent Calendar of Christmas Memories: Christmas Wishes ~ # 20

  1. Evelyn Smallwood Smith says:

    I, too wish health, happiness and prosperity to my family this year. I’ve been truly blessed this year with more than I can imagine. We have been faced with a huge trial and discovered just how much family means. We have also been blessed knowing just how much family love really means.
    Yes, I like to think of Thanksgiving as a time to be thankful of all the blessings we’ve been granted. And, yes, extend that feeling throughout the season of love. Why do I call it the season of love? Simple. It is the season we celebrate the birth of our Lord, the most precious gift of love we have been given.
    As we share the season with others in our gifts and actions, why not make that special effort to share a bit of Christ love at the same time?
    Yes, it is a season of running and running, rushed until you can’t see straight and just can’t seem to find the time to relax for even a moment. You travel to visit family or friends and are told to ‘ relax, make yourself at home’ but you just can’t do it. You think there should be something you need to do to help out but are told no. We are just in that hectic, rush mode and can’t turn around.
    Why is that, do you think? I think it is the commercialization of it. Retail has made it their objective to see just how much money they can pull in and we make it our goal to see just how much we can help them.
    If we had any sense at all, we’d understand that Christmas comes once a year and we have all year to prepare for it. Why do we work at making ourselves crazy?
    Instead of being pooped, why can’t we re-focus and be blessed?

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