Cherish These Moments Because Tomorrow They Will Be Memories


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Christmas in New England is such a chaotic time of year. People overspend on presents, shopping plaza parking lots are full of hustle and bustle, and their is far too much traffic on the highways. The snow falls on the ground and my life immediately turns into an arctic tundra where my feet are frozen and the winds blow me away like I am Mary Poppins. Even though, I do not celebrate Christmas, it is always nice to come home for the holidays. Yesterday, Joy and I enjoyed an eventful drive home and ran into Kaila outside too.

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It’s that time of year where you truly cherish the people you have in your life. It’s about spending time with your family watching Christmas movies, baking cookies, and building gingerbread houses. I’m blessed to have such a wonderful family and a group of friends who are my sisters. I wish I could share everything I have with those who are not as lucky as I am. Some people are so poor all they have is money. I’ve learned to cherish this blog and all the people who take time out of their day to read it. I truly appreciate each and everyone of you. Happy Holidays everyone!

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P.S. I left my camera and makeup bag in my apartment, so I can’t dress my Mom up this weekend. I will have new lovely pictures of her soon.

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via Daily Prompt: Cherish