I’ve always enjoyed holidays. Especially Christmas. The lights. The music. And this year the Hallmark countdown to Christmas holiday movies. ♡ No other time of year brings out the love and giving spirit in all of us as much as Christmas.
I should rephrase that. I’ve loved Christmas every year until I became divorced. Since then, every now and again, I find it somewhat depressing. Not this year! ♡ But, I’m sure I’m not alone in that sentiment. This is for all of you single people out there. ♡
I get the blue Christmas for many. I’m single, so my budget is small. My family is small. And my children are grown. Face it. This time of year is just more depressing. There’s less hours of sunlight. Something that makes us all happy. It’s dark. And it’s cold outside. And contrary to those romantic Christmas carols, many of us have no Michael Buble to hold our hands.(OK, maybe I do on weekends. ♡)
OK, all you single people! Let’s not let the holidays get us down. Being alone. There’s a better way to beat those holiday blues of being alone. By celebrating Christmas 365 days a year! 🙂
Not so much in the decorations, but in our hearts. With a spirit of love and giving. You don’t just have to offer material gifts to be giving, you know? You can offer your love, your time, your support, and your help to others in need. And it doesn’t cost a cent!
I recently watched a Hallmark holiday movie that did just that! It marketed Christmas 365. The movie, A Wish For Christmas, was about having the
spirit of Christmas in your heart 365 days a year.
Let’s all market Christmas 365 this year. Not in the stores. For you can’t buy it. But in our hearts. Where you can give it. And receive it in return. After all, that’s what Christmas is all about. Jesus didn’t just come to be celebrated on one day, but to offer the world hope 365 days a year! Christmas 365!
The next time you are feeling a case of the holiday blues, holler! I’ll be there! 365 days a year. To offer my love, my time, and my help and support how ever I can.
Merry Christmas! 365 days a year! 🙂
A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones. Proverbs 17:22
Love and laughter,