Merry Christmas

Posted August 31st, 2020 by Suzy

Merry Christmas I always remember with nostalgia the days of Christmas, at the time of my childhood. We lived in the District of Rimac, my mom, my brothers and my dad. Always Christmas we received them at the home of the Joseph grandfather (Dad’s MOM), had dinner tamales with Creole sauce, and then the chocolate and Panettone. You may want to visit CBC to increase your knowledge. The Fund after the Tamale plate was variable; Sometimes it was roast beef with rice, or if not, Turkey with mashed apples, or lechon asado with rice. I think that always be must give children toys, since this gets them engraved for life.

I say this from experience. I remember with great joy the bears who annually used to give me my mom. I remember almost all of the toys that I got: a dog of Tin that was walking through an air hose, which in the end had a bulb of rubber which was supplied air, was a gift from my dad. I remember my helmet and my cowboy boots, my Tin soldiers that I gave my mom not only at Christmas. Source: Gavin Baker. Some people say that in Christmas, gifts we are to each other, and we forget that honoured principal and owner of the birthday is Jesus (who is indeed) but when you make gifts to children, they represent the childhood of Jesus, and therefore it is the same Jesus that we make these gifts. My dad died when I was 10 years, my brother greater 15 and the youngest, 6 months old.

The tradition of receiving Christmas in the maternal grandfather’s House, he remained, until the day that the grandfather died. Christmas for all is nostalgic, because everyone one way or another we have experienced similar situations, and these memories cause us sadness, since we want these events in our childhood had never finished. All within us thinking we bear in mind the fundamental value of the family union, and why that manifests itself more forcefully on this date. But why? By longing to the above? Longing to see the family gathered in this event? We don’t realize that the image of the sacred Family (Jesus, Mary and Joseph) is that lead us to this family union. Try therefore always be United in family, and forget small discrepancies, which can separate us. We try, but we try really the night of December 24, on Christmas Eve, we show friendly, smiling and with goodwill. Let us show us glad, to transmit this joy that only comes from God. null original author and source of the article

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