Wednesday, November 10, 2010

more holiday inspiration


holiday cheer stickers

Our next prize drawing will be for the Holiday Cheer sticker pack pictured above. To enter the drawing, add a comment to this post sharing at least *one thing* that you do to savor the holiday season.

If you're having trouble really enjoying the holiday season with all the hubbub, perhaps this will help:


The book is called, "Unplug the Christmas Machine" and it is AWESOME. I usually pull it out this time of year to help me to stay focused on what the season really means to me. The winner will receive a copy of this book as well!

TWO PRIZES! My kinda prize drawing.

A winner will be chosen sometime tomorrow.

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KAPeterson said...

As a family every year from Thanksgiving to New Years - Friday nights we don't do anything dealing with the "hustle & bustle" of the Holidays - we collaborate at Mom and Dads and watch holiday movies or play games - and mom makes a home cooked meal for us ... it helps us relax and remind us what Christmas is about.

theheartofachild said...

We listen to Christmas music almost everyday during the season. Love Peder Eide's Christmas music! Keeps the focus of the season in the right spot...the reason we celebrate...Jesus!!
:) Jenny

Lori V said...

To savor the holiday's I just try to spend as much time with my family as possible, decorating the house, making cookies, anything that is fun and we can do together!

Crystal said...

Every year my mom and I get together to make Christmas cookies. I enjoy the time together at home and it's the perfect way to kick off the holiday season. We crank up the Christmas music, put on our Christmas socks, and bake the day away!

Anonymous said...

I try to savor all the holiday cookies that are made. Hoping they make it to Christmas but we have fun making them at least.
Tara K

Karin said...

Family devotions by the Christmas tree every night, using a special Christmas look-and-find book we got several years ago. Baking cookies together and eating them with milk or hot chocolate. Lots of time with family.

Anonymous said...

I enjoy getting up early before the kids do and having my devotions and prayer time in front of the lit-up Christmas tree. Helps me keep my focus and start the day on the right path.
Heather N

Anonymous said...

We love looking at and for Christmas lights. Ever since my son was little, we would say "Lights!" when we saw Christmas lights somewhere. It never fails that when I'm absorbed in my thoughts, I'll hear him yell out "Lights" with such pure excitment that it brings me back to the reason for the season. ~ Heidi P.