Through The Eyes Of A Child
No matter your religious affiliation it’s hard not to get into the spirit of Christmas, especially when looked at through the eyes of a child. Children don’t question the magic of Christmas, they just embrace it with wide eyed wonderment. Reindeer can fly? Of course they can. A “right jolly old elf” can visit all the children around the globe leaving presents in his wake all in one night - affirmative. My grandchildren have helped restore the “magic” of the Christmas season for me. I’m glad to once again be one of the “believers”. My granddaughter informed me the other day while decorating Christmas cookies that we had to make extra for Santa with extra sprinkles because Santa really likes sprinkles. I can believe that. I’ve long been a fan of sprinkles myself. My grandson who was decorating a snowman cookie for his Dad during this discussion said that Santa got to eat all the cookies he wanted on Christmas eve and he didn’t get into trouble by Mrs. Santa for getting crumbs on the floor because he ate them at somebody else’s house, but maybe we should put out the “dust-buster” this year just in case. By the way this year’s Christmas cookies were the prettiest and best tasting cookies ever, because they were made with the magical touch of a child. Merry Christmas everyone.