Communication Skills 1
Monday, June 16, 2014
Snow Flake Christmas
Snow Flake Christmas is a remembrance unforgettable experiences that everyone more importantly children cherish the most. I do understand that all religions do not celebrate Christmas. Beginning Christmas Eve, during Christmas Day, and ending the day after Christmas is family appreciation. Although; Christmas is Known as the birth date of Jesus Christ it maintains a tradition of the spirit of giving that has distributed down from generation to generation that holds a very vital part in people’s lives especially mine. Having our white flakey Christmas brings the Christmas spirit to life.
Christmas Eve is the day’s my family get together from all over to decorate our Christmas trees and put up Christmas lights and trimming around our grandparent’s house what our children while making and eating cookies and drinking egg-nog. The kids are leaving out cookies and milk for Santa. While the children are relaxing in the living room watching Christmas moves the parents are wrapping presents in the upstairs rooms and grandma and grandpa are starting to prepare dinner with the holiday music playing in the back ground. Observing the little kids playing with my dad’s belly while he’s snoring on the coach brings laughter in the room. All the grownups are on the patio singing Christmas songs. Looking out the window the children can see the glamorous white soft snow landing smoothly on the window ceil and trees coving everything in its sight while the wind blows. However the kids rush to putting on their snow suits and boots to jump into the cozy snow where they make snow angels and snow man and have snow fights. Having to listen to my mommy yell ‘you better be careful with them babies out there. When they have to come in and eat the dinner that has been prepared and get ready to lay their tiring body’s to rest so that they can wake up in open there presents that Santa has let. As our...