The holiday season can be a very stressful, lonely time for many of us. It’s a time of year that reminds of what we have as well as what we are lacking. Me included. Although I have family, I am a single lady. That is definitely magnified during the holidays.
It is time for a relaxing cuddle and massage. Let me give you some holiday pampering!
What better way to enjoy the elements of this season with snow and cuddles? Think about it – Bed…snow-ball fights – and anything else our eager adult brains can think of. energetic, fun. You? Willing to embrace this snow/season with me.
Close your eyes and imagine the most magical December holiday snow covered cities and towns, thousands of tiny lights, the aroma of holiday fare, and of course snow. The childlike joy you feel when the first snowflakes start falling. A desire to relax, have fun, enjoy the indoors & outdoors… Open your eyes and come find your winter fairy tale with me…
Silently we lie there, staring at each other. Eventually I move; rolls.. closer to you.. snuggling my head into the crook of your shoulder _ my hand on your chest. Carefully you drape your arm around my waist and comb your fingers through out my body while my other hand touches your ????
I love Christmas. I love the snow-themed everything, even when I was living in Northern Ontario, and Santa and elves and reindeer and snowmen and candy canes. Yes, I even love the non-stop playing of Christmas music for two months
Most of all, I love getting together with my family and friends. – eating Christmas meals, singing Christmas carols together, gossiping and laughing at each other. It’s tremendous fun.I love my Christmas tree as well.
I don’t love Christmas shopping, or the over consumption, frenzied malls!!!!
Bah humbug! I love Christmas, but the shopping. in malls has got to go. I do a bit of on line shopping & quaint local stores.
I love the idea of giving to people you love, but that idea has been twisted. Now people go out in a mad rush to shop, like ravenous vampires feasting on new blood. We shop for a month, rip apart the packaging one morning, and then forget about it the next day. Is this about giving, or buying?
Again, I’m in love with giving … but do we need to buy to give? We seem to think that buying is the solution to any problem, but that has lead to a society that is deeply in debt and piled high with needless stuff. We can find other ways to give.
Find hope. Christmas has so much potential to be about so much more than buying – it can be a season of hope, renewal, loved ones, inspiration, contemplation. Talk to your family about this – how can we find ways to be hopeful, thankful, cooperative? How can we be more present instead of worried about getting presents?