A few weeks ago, our pastor gave a sermon on seeing the Christmas season with a child’s eyes. We hear the sentiment of “through a child’s eyes” often, but with a child’s eyes is a new challenge. It challenges us to take a step back and enjoy the season for exactly what is is…us…the parents and adults. Not to wait to see the awe of a child, but to do it ourselves…irregardless of circumstance.
So for this weekend…let their little faces inspire you to see this Christmas season with a child’s eyes. Enjoy the sparkle, love with open arms, smile from ear to ear and believe that anything is possible.
I will be back on blogging after the holiday season so until then Merry Christmas and happy holidays.
This Thanksgiving, scratch the greeting card and turkey and the whole idea of giving thanks. I mean…don’t scratch the turkey off the dinner menu, but in what Thanksgiving actually means. We see so many things that say “Give Thanks” but we rarely ever turn it into action
So this Thanksgiving, do not just sit around the table with people you love and miss the opportunity to tell them just how thankful you are for them. Write them a letter, send a message, but don’t let tomorrow go by without doing something. Life is short and the table is different every year. TELL THEM.
I am so so thankful for my family this year. I love love love them and I plan on telling them.