It’s almost Christmas. I hope life isn’t too frantic for you. When I look back on life, there is one thing I will always regret and wish I could do over, it’s that I worried too much about shopping, decorating and all the myriad of things to do while planning for Christmas and the holidays
Enjoy with family
I should have spent more time with my family while I had them at home. Instead, I let the numerous tasks overwhelm me and take up too much precious time that I should have shared with my loved ones. Don’t make the same mistake I did. Take time to enjoy the holidays with your family.
All I Needed to Know About
Life, I learned from Santa
- Encourage people to believe in you.
- Always remember who’s naughty and who’s nice.
- Don’t pout.
- It’s as much fun to give as it is to receive.
- Some days it’s ok to feel a little chubby.
- Make your presents (presence) known.
- Always ask for a little bit more than what you really want.
- Bright red can make anyone look good.
- Wear a wide belt and no-one will notice how many pounds you’ve gained.
- If you only show up once a year, everyone will think you’re very important.
- Whenever you’re at a loss for words, say:
“HO, HO, HO!”
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