12 Days of Giveaways: Day 12

Dec 23 2012

Merry Christmas Eve Eve!

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He who has not Christmas in his heart will never find it under a tree.  ~Roy L. Smith

Question of the day:

What is your favorite book, quote, poem, Christmas song, or childhood memory about Christmas?


The Rules…

1. One randomly-chosen winner a day
2. A winner can only win once throughout the 12 days
3. Enter once a day

Day 11 Winner: Congratulations Nora!


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39 thoughts on “12 Days of Giveaways: Day 12

  1. “Maybe Christmas, he thought… doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas, perhaps… means a little bit more!” I still love Dr. Seuss and “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”! Meaningful at any age. 🙂

  2. I remember waking up extra early one Christmas morning and my brother and I almost catching Santa under our tree.

  3. My family had annual Christmas Eve parties all our friends would come to. We would paint home made ornaments every year at these parties that my mom still puts on her tree today.

  4. I remember all the years of decorating the tree to the same Christmas CD. I think those 14 songs are burned into my brain to trigger the urge to decorate now.

  5. In Love Actually when David is reading Natalie’s Christmas card. She says that if you cannot tell someone at Christmas that you love them then when can you?
    Christmas is the perfect time to tell those you love just how much they mean to you and maybe even tell someone you haven’t told before. This is especially important in light of what people have been going through lately. Never take the people you love for granted.
    Hug, Kiss, Laugh and love with them. Every day is precious.
    Merry Christmas Everyone and Happy New Year!

  6. I still love “Twas the night before Christmas” My family would read it out loud every Christmas eve before bed! 🙂

  7. My favorite memory was going to church on Christmas Eve night with the entire family and then reading Twas the Night Before Christmas with all of my cousins 🙂

  8. My family and I eat a huge breakfast on Christmas morning, and then see a movie together. I look forward to it every year!

  9. Every Christmas Day, we deliver presents to a family who cannot afford them. There’s no better feeling in the world.

  10. I came across this quote last year and loved how it describes the Christmas feeling: “Christmas Eve was a night of song that wrapped
    itself about you like a shawl. But it warmed more than your body. It
    warmed your heart… filled it, too, with melody that would last
    forever.” Bess Streeter Aldrich

  11. Every year the local fire dept brings a truck around with Santa riding on top. Every year we wait outside for Santa with our Santa hats on and wave to him as they go by.

  12. My favorite memory was driving home from a family members on one Christmas Eve, I sat in the backseat staring up at the sky, absolutely convinced that I would be that one kid that WOULD see Santa, especially since it was so late! Needless to say, I didn’t see him, nor his reindeer delivering toys around the city. But that was one of my favorite stories to tell people; I just love the hope and Christmas spirit of being young 🙂 can’t wait to get married and have kids to watch their spirit come alive 🙂

  13. My favorite memory is watching my kindergarten students’ Christmas concert! They were so excited for me to see them perform!

  14. Going to church on Christmas Eve and then going to put our “jammies” on and going to our extended family for our Traditional Christmas Eve festivities.

  15. Going to Christmas Eve service when they turn off all the lights and we sing silent night holding candles…. It always reminds me what Christmas is all about ( or at least what it’s supposed to be about 🙂 )

  16. favorite memory was being the star in the Christmas play, my dad took an outside decoration and made it so I could wear it with the lights shining bright.

  17. Silent night is my favorite Christmas song. When I was in the children’s choir in our church, I was given the chance to sing it as a solo at Christmas Eve mass! 🙂

  18. Best Christmas memory was sneaking down in the middle of the night with my sister to see if Santa had come yet. He always had!

  19. Setting up and admiring our decorations, as well as those of our neighbors and community. Seeing the joy in people’s faces as they view the lights.

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