Those Special Holiday Memories

Well its official, the holidays are once again upon us.
And now that my business is starting to grow especially during the busy month of December, I have come to the conclusion that Santa’s life must be stressfull.
But just like Santa, I enjoy making people happy at the holidays!

Christmas is a wonderful time to
reflect on your special family memories.
What does Christmas mean to you and your family?
I would love to hear your favorite story!
Christmas to me is my most thankful time of all. Thankful for my family, and all the sacrifices the good lord has made for us.
This year will bring back many holiday memories.
My son Jackson turns twenty five this year.
He was supposed to be a Christmas baby, but arrived earlier than expected before Christmas.
They always say December babies get short changed,
but not my son. He never complained about his rushed birthday as we moved on to Christmas.
“I can party for the whole month!” he would say with a smile.
He made me laugh.  Always stopped by Santa’s house to say hello. “Santa is a December boy too.” he would always say with pride.

He always loved to help scoop snow with his dad. Hoping he would have enough to build a snowman.

He has a new life now, a college man living in his college world. He will soon be a Criminal Defense Attorney. He has decided to help those who need it the most.  I am very proud of him. I believe it was his calling for a reason.

As I look back on those past Christmas memories, one thing is for sure.  I am thankful for the twenty five years I have had with him.

Thanks for the memories son.

God Bless everyone and their famalies this holiday season.

Betty Osborn

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Published in: Uncategorized on December 18, 2013 at 2:02 am  Leave a Comment