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Holiday Cheer


Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Christmas Joys for YOU to share
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Pray that God will help you see opportunities to be a blessing to those around you this Christmas
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Set aside 20 minutes each day to catch your breath and enjoy your Christmas tree. Turn off the lights in the house, turn on the tree and enjoy a cup of tea, as you put your feet up.
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As crazy as the holiday time is – keep up your regular physical fitness routine.
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Answer your phone by saying, “Merry Christmas”.
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If you are feeling harried and overwhelmed, go to a church, sit in the sanctuary, and reflect on the real meaning of Christmas. You will leave feeling more peaceful.
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Remember that the loving holiday spirit in your home depends more on the words you speak then the material gifts you give.
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Give someone who has disappointed you the gift of a clean slate.
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God Bless your holiday season with love, joy, and peace.
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Spread some holiday cheer...

Tie jingle bells to your shoes.. everyone will notice and smile; you will have the opportunity to say Merry Christmas
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Put a Christmas musical lighted ornament on your desk and when you feel stressed or overwelmed, push the button and relax for a moment
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Put small candy canes in your pocket and share them with people you work with, meet at the store,ect.
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Go to a FREE holiday concert at your local school
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Tie a red or green bow to your dogs collar - be sure to take care if your dog is a chewer - or use a holiday bandana
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Take a walk with someone you love to see the lights in your town
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Fill your home with the scents of Christmas: Pine, cinnamon, or fresh baked cookies

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Build a snowman {if you have snow} and decorate the ourside of your home

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Fill your home and car with the sounds of Christmas carols

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Decorate the Christmas tree and your home as a family - you will create a family tradition the kids will never forget

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Hang some mistletoe and kiss your loved ones when you find them standing under it

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Hang an ornament from your rear view mirror

I hope you are finding Joys in the Season

Spread some holiday cheer and enjoy the season.
God Bless!
jean
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CBEVNOW 12/13/2012 8:11PM

    Thanks, love these thoughts and suggestions.

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AUNTIEANNE22 12/12/2012 4:43PM

  I'm trying to do some of these things this year. I hate when Christmas gets away in all the bustle. Thanks for the reminders of other things I can do.

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MARGARITTM 12/12/2012 3:05PM

    Nice job!

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WENDYJM4 12/12/2012 1:51AM

    great suggestions Thanks jean

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STRINGI719 12/11/2012 11:19PM

    So Wonderful!!! I LOVE IT!!!!

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TIMOTHYNOHE 12/11/2012 10:21PM

    A good use of those emoticons. Very nice advice.


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