Santa Clause is coming to town...he sees you when your sleeping, he knows when your awake, he knows if you've been bad or good, so be good for goodness sake! All the shopping is done, with the stocking all hung by the chimney with care, hoping that saint nick soon would be there. Today is a day for family. Enjoy the day as if it was your last. The elderly in your family this could be the last Christmas for them so make this day extra special for them. Merry Christmas to you and your family!
Saturday, December 24, 2011
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Black Friday has come and gone, shopping centers are full of craziness this time of year. Everyone looking for bargains for their loved ones for Christmas morning. A time of year meant for family get togethers that has become mostly commercialized. Deck the halls with boughs of holly fa la la la la la la la la...and all that. The best part of this time of year is watching the Christmas specials on the tube. Remember the old classics? Rudolph the red nosed rain deer, A Charlie Brown Christmas, Twas the night before Christmas, A Christmas Story, How the Grinch stole Christmas, heck I even remember Perry Como and Bing Crosby Christmas Specials at this time of year. There I go giving away my age again lol. The important thing to remember is that Christmas is all about family. A time of year when you remember all your family members even if they are no longer here. Those memories last a lifetime. Christmas Cards are not as prevalent as in past years, thanks to high rising postage costs, many have gone to utilizing online methods of sending out holiday greetings. Many residents have outside decorations of beautiful lights on display to celebrate the season. Who can forget the effort that goes into doing all of that to make it look great? Putting up the tree and doing the decorations in doors is a great way to celebrate the season. The tree gets its ornaments, garland, lights and is unique every year. As we get closer to Christmas, remember to think about your family. After all that is what this holiday is supposed to be about, family.
Happy Holidays from Lunchesrus Landscaping & Lawn Maintenance Service!