C – Christ child, savior of the world.
H – Happiness, an unexplained warmth in your home and around the ones you love. A heart that is full and thankful. Hallmark movies on repeat. Hot chocolate.
R – Rejoice! Rejoice! A time to remember peace on earth.
I– Images of past Christmases flutter in your heart.
S – Santa and sleigh bells, silly drivers and mad shoppers, stress and savory smells.
T– Too much food, too many sweets, too much tension, too much fun. Tinsel, toys, time to reflect on another year gone by.
M– Malls to avoid, busy moms in a hurry. The miracle of little faces who are ready for Christmas morning. Memories.
A– Angels we have heard on high. Angelic voices singing in a school program. Another Christmas has arrived with growing children, aging parents, hearts missing.
S – “At the last house, we always join hands and sing Silent Night. The reindeer, too.” –Memoirs of an Elf. Finding solace on that silent night.
And Just for Fun – The School Version
C – Crazy children so high on Christmas they could float.
H – Hurrying feet rushing everywhere they go. Happiness and big hearts. Harried teachers holding on just a few more days.
R – Reindeer games. Ready for Christmas. No raising of hands, no resting of heads.
I – Idyllic smiles fill their faces. Icing on gingerbread houses. Imaginations in full bloom.
S – Sad or sappy, sighing and surprised, so many emotions. Sorry is spoken often. Santa just as much.
T – Toys. Toys. Toys.
M – Music and songs. Munchkins watching the Santa cam. Many smiles, many tears.
A – Ample love. Anticipation grows strong as days are counted down. Antsy and agitated, awaiting the 25th.
S – Smiles, stories and daydreams. Wishes for stuff, songs about sleighs. So excited they beam.