Having a smaller Christmas instead of a Big one

I’m doing this blog because of
my friend Nettie Bach. She made
me realize that not ever one is happy
at Christmas time.

Nettie is like me a she loves to do
big things at Christmas time for her.
But this year she wasn’t able to.

I hope Nettie and any one else who my be feeling down at Christmas knows there so much more than big trees,a big dinner and gifts. There so much more to be thankful for on Christmas and ever day.

Now about having a smaller Christmas

Put on some holiday music and get in the Christmas mood.

Instead of having that big 7 foot tree
Buy a 4 or 5 foot one or even a table size one or a talking christmas tree will do. You can decorate the tree and still have the Christmas spirit going.

Instead of big appetizer have a small bowl of chex mix . Pigs in a blanket, or a little platter of cold cuts and cheeses.

Instead of a big meal make a small one. Instead of a big ham buy some ham steaks and potatoes all ready made a can of corn. How about buying some roast beef or Turkey from the deli and gravy and potatoes all ready made. There you go quick easy dinner for Christmas.

How about having some one make
you a couple pies or buy some. Even some cookies. You can have ice cream or buy some pudding.

There is so many things you can do
to have a great Christmas and be in the Christmas spirit to.

Nettie I hope this helps you for next year. I’m thankful to have you as my friend. Know you can contact me any time to talk or if you need any thing at all.

I love you my dear friend.

I hope you find this blog helpful and
hope you will leave a comment.

You can contact me on twitter.

5 Responses to “Having a smaller Christmas instead of a Big one”

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  2. MaryLou Says:

    Awww that was beautiful Bonnie… we all need to remember one very important thing about CHRISTmas… thats the most important thing to
    be thankful for and to celebrate.
    You wrote this very well Bonnie… Loved it!!!

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