Christmas read

Christmas... the time most people walk around with a smile on their face for no reason. they look around and see kids play and have fun, from a far corner they can smell the bakery loading their shelves with gingerbread, Christmas cake, and they know that when they come home a house full of Christmas decorations will be awaiting them etc.
for some people that is.
other people walk around with pain in their stomach after too much stress, they watch their kids play in the snow, knowing that they won't get any christmas present's this year. they don't know how to celebrate this expensive holiday, without making their family feel like something is missing etc.
same holiday, two different versions.
this might sound cheesy, but let me tell you this; love is really all you need on  Christmas eve. being surronded with people you love. THAT is what Christmas is all about, whether you are christian or not
Take me for an example. I'm not christian, i don't believe in anything. however, i don't deny religions. anyway, Christmas is my favourite holiday because Christmas bring people together. simple as that

something else i love about Christmas holidays is all the reading you can do.
lot's of lot's of reading. before christmas i like to read about books that has with chritmas to do, to get that spirit up you know.. here are a few tips:
A Christmas CarolA Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. SeussHow the Grinch Stole Christmas
Christmas JarsChristmas Jars by Jason F. Wright
Call me Mrs. Miracle by Debbie MacomberCall Me Mrs. Miracle
Let it SnowLet it Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson & Lauren Myracle

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