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Keeping the Magic Alive for Just a Little While Longer

At 6:53 this morning, two anxious children tip-toe in my room. (It’s funny how you can be shaken out of a deep sleep by a tip-toe!)

Ian sings a joyous song to his own tune…

“The milk is drank…

The cookies are ate.

The napkin is folded

and put on the plate.”

I drowsily roll over and laugh, “Did you make that up?”

“No, I looked in the kitchen!”

So grateful for this last sweet moment of believing.

Christmas tree

May you have the merriest of Christmases this year, filled with peace and love and lots of magic!!

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11 responses

  1. Beautiful tree!!!! Merry Christmas!

    1. Thanks! Hope your Christmas was fun! How much snow did you get?? We had about 6 inches I think.

      1. Close to twelve– I had to shovel three times! We had a lovely Christmas.

      2. Woah!! I didn’t shovel at all. We left for vacation the day after so I am hoping someone shovels it or it melts!!

      3. I hope so, too. Have fun on vacation!

  2. Merry Christmas to you too! My favourite thing about Christmas this year was my eldest (10) pretending to believe with all his might for his 3 y o brother.

    1. My kids have a baby stepbrother so maybe Ian will hang on a little longer. Merry Christmas!

  3. Merry Christmas my friend!

  4. The girls said almost same… Mommy Santa finished his milk lol.

    Merry Christmas to you and yours. God bless

    1. Merry Christmas!! You have years of magic left. Enjoy!!!!

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