Photography : Portraiture
5 Things That Make Christmas Better
The Portraits of Jane by Herna
24
Dec 2017

Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year. Christmas carols are played and sung everywhere, pine trees are decorated with colorful ornaments, and starry twinkling lights hugging the houses and streets.

Everything in Christmas is wonderfully amazing, but we feel that these 5 things make our Christmas better:

ONE : QUALITY TIME WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS

Whether having a simple Christmas feast together, decorating the Christmas tree with grandma, or seeing how tall your little cousin has grown up will make Christmas better. It reminds us of how priceless the love of the family is.

TWO : PRESENTS

Playing a gift exchange game, like Stealing Santa would spice up the fun in the tradition. In Stealing Santa, the first person picks a random gift and opens it right away. You, as the second person, get the chance to steal the first’s present and they have to give their present willingly, or you can also pick a new one. The first person then have to get a new present (if it’s stolen) and so on. Make sure to limit how many times the present can be stolen or the game will last too long.

THREE : HOT CHOCO

This Christmas’ signature beverage has a super-power in it. Hot chocolate warms our soul while it’s freezing (or raining) outside.

FOUR : ICE SKATING

Not all country snows, but this is the best season to skate around the rink while Winter Wonderland plays in the background.

FIVE : GRATEFUL HEART

Last but certainly not the least, having a grateful heart makes Christmas meaningful. There is so much to thank our Creator, for our family, friends, health, happiness, and the list goes on and on.

This Christmas, we hope your heart is filled with peace and joy. Happy Christmas everyone, ’tis the season to be jolly!

Love,

Axioo

 
 
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