I recently heard Lisa Welchel discuss her new book Adventures in Christmas. She talked about embracing the moments of Christmas and seeing Jesus in all things Christmas. I can't wait to read her book. Her discussion that morning made my mind began to twirl with the idea of Christmas and it's magic .
The magic of Christmas is hurrying to my mailbox to see all the Christmas cards. We can't wait to laugh at the the people dressed up as reindeer, to adore the new additions, and to praise God for the miracles of the year.
The magic of Christmas is in the beautiful wrapped packages and bright lights that make us all "feel" like young children again. It is about the yard full of lighted displays that get the oooohhhh and aaaahhhhh.
The magic of Christmas is in watching the same Christmas movies every season and laughing at the same "funny" parts. It is about crying at the Hallmark movies as they come to a story book conclusion.
The magic of Christmas is lingering under the mistletoe with the one you adore.
The magic of Christmas is celebrated with parties, caroling, homemade candy, and genuine human kindness.
The magic of Christmas brings laughter, smiles and 'Merry Christmas' by strangers.
The magic of Christmas is desiring to help others out who are less fortunate.
The magic of Christmas is sitting as a family and watching the snow fall with giddy anticipation of snow ball fights.
The magic of Christmas is something that cannot be sold or bought. The magic of Christmas began with a small baby boy born to a virgin in a manger. That sweet baby taught us how to love and created the magic of Christmas.
The magic of Christmas is love expressing itself through random acts of "human greatness."
No wonder the stores put Christmas decorations out early....we all love the magic of Christmas.