Niagara Gazette — We all got a new clothes, socks, and coloring books to color and books read every Christmas; most of all, we had each other, we still do!
We had been to midnight mass the night before, had sung at the top of our voices along with the church choir and then sang Jingle Bells together in the station-wagon as we headed home, with at least one little sister too sleepy to make it into the house without being carried, eyes flashing, face smiling, feigning sleep to get Dad’s shoulder-ride from the car to the house.
We were perfectly happy, and I doubt the whole Christmas cost anything near the stresses it puts us all through today.
Anyway, however much or little it may cost you, remember this: the greatest gift anyone can possibly give anyone else, including oneself today and every day is LOVE; feel it, share it; it’s free; THAT, I think, is what Christmas is really all about.
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