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Share Christmas, with less Stress in 2013

Stress free Christmas, Christmas traditions, christmas songs and poems. There is a little bit a Santa Claus in all of us. A calmer, more centered celebration is easy when you simplify your holidays. Share a stress free Christmas with poems, stories, music, recipes, gifts, and special Christmas games and crafts for kids.

What do you really want for Christmas?
More time, more joy, and less stress? Welcome to Share Christmas 2013!

Christmas made easy, the grand plan for a stress free christmas.

Starting early and deciding that this year you will celebrate the holiday season in a relaxed and organized way. Starting at the end of October and following all the way through New Years.

A fall cleanup is a great way to start your holiday decorating.
Setting down and discussing your holiday ideas with the family or those in your household is another way to start the planning. Do you want to visit relatives or friends this year or is it your dream to host the holiday gatherings. Christmas cookies, a decorated home and a calm, stress-free holiday season is at your fingertips.

Small steps, making a holiday planner, having simply things that can be done each week, from now until the big day, will make this holiday season, one for the memory books.

Christmas traditions, Christmas songs, Christmas stories, found right here, and most importantly the true meaning of Christmas,
(The birth of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior…)

Come on in and join us for a good old’ traditional Christmas! Sing along to your favorite christmas songs of long ago, and reminisce over a hot chocolate with friends reading Christmas poems written from the heart.

You’ll be transported back to your childhood, and almost be able to smell grandma’s favorite christmas recipes, from gingerbread men to pumpkin pies.

Read about long forgotten Christmas Traditions, the history of the upside down Christmas tree, Santa Claus, those beautiful shining ornaments, and more...

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This last summer was an extremely warm one. It made a lot of us think of the cooler days of fall. But there are those who would rather not think of fall because of the cold weather that lies ahead. To me, it’s not the cold that I dread, as much as the short days and very long evenings. I feel the need for more daylight. Maybe this is the reason that so many start decorating early for Christmas. I have to admit that even tho I wait until later, I do enjoy the first early birds who hang up their lights.

In my family, I always told my Children, that Christmas started as soon as the Thanksgiving Day dishes were done. I guess it was my way of spreading a little light and cheer before the decorating really began. It would brighten our spirits, as the days grew shorter. It was one more Blessing to give Thanks for at the end of this wonderful day.

As our friends of the Jewish faith, light the candles of the Menorah, to celebrate the Festival of Hanukkah, we light candles to celebrate the birth of Jesus. It’s a beautiful way for us all to dispel darkness and give light to our spirits.

But, why do we only think of lighting candles, as putting fire to wicks? We can light a candle in someone's life every day if only we would. A small thing, like a smile is giving light to someone who is down. A cheery Hello, a warm grip of a hand or pat on the back can change a day. That little bit of cheer will not be forgotten.

As our world grows colder and darker during the winter months. Why not do the right thing and light at least one candle in someone's life each day. Just by the looks on their faces, you will see how it makes the darkness flee. A little bit of friendly light is all we really need.
Spread some early Christmas cheer. I have heard that it only takes 14 muscles to smile and 72 muscles to frown.
So give the world a great big Christmas SMILE.


Merry Christmas


Light One Little Candle, written by - Verna Parks.  


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Snowman Waving From the Top of The World My vote is to have Christmas traditions all year round. You see at Christmas time most people at least the ones I have met, always change just a little for the better around Christmas. I do not know whether or not it is the great yuletide Christmas carols, the festive atmosphere everywhere you go, or just some hidden part in all of us that screams out,
(I BELIEVE IN MORE THAN WHAT I SEE AROUND ME.)
You see, somewhere deep down inside we all believe in something better than we now have or see, and most of us feel a lot better when we help someone. Whether the person is in need or not, this feeling is what I call the feeling of Christmas, and we all should strive to feel this way all year long.

The feeling of the Christmas holidays is truly all about family, friends and celebrating all things good.

The Lord's birthday is swiftly coming
Christmas carols we're merrily humming,
Adoration and harmony spreads worldwide
As we eagerly await the happy Yuletide.

Enhance your Christmas, with Christmas poems and stories highlighted with your favorite Christmas carols. Christmas traditions are fast becoming a family way of life.
Poems are a simple way of inspiring others to join in on the Christmas traditions that love and poems bring to this Christmas holiday.

We'll be thinking of you and yours on Christmas day
So I guess there's just one more thing to say,
May God bless you, your lifetime through,
Merry Christmas and a real Happy New Year.

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