Wee Ones’ Christmas Eve Wishes

In the Christmas world of wee children, some things never change….(Thankfully!) …Children still believe in the limitless possibilities of love, personified by Jolly Old St. Nick, a.k.a. Santa Claus, who shares presents in celebration of the birthday of the Christ Child Who loves us all, at every age and stage of our lives…no matter what!

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 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Eve Wishes

Children

hope

reindeer

in the night

sky

take

many presents

and

Santa, too, safely by sleigh, for an unseen shimmy down the chimney.

 

Hope Santa will be good to the grownups, too!

p.s. If you are awaiting the Christ Child’s Birth, or if you are open to receiving greetings in honor of His Birthday celebration next Friday when the Poetry Friday community again shares poetry, please accept this Christmas “card” I found in Wikimedia Commons for you and your family:

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By ary29 (Own work) [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html), CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/) or CC BY 2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons                                                                                                                                                             Note. There are variations of this greeting in Italian, French, Spanish, and German: Scroll to the bottom of the page; Christmas Greetings

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14 responses to “Wee Ones’ Christmas Eve Wishes

  1. Thanks for the Christmas wish acrostic. Merry Christmas to you, too! (I love the photo of old fashioned lighted display! I remember the days when that was an impressive sight!)

    • Thank you so very much for taking time to read the post and for reminding me, too, of how impressive those old fashioned displays were! ..They’re still impressive me in a nostalgic way that I hadn’t thought about. Thank you for that Christmas present! God bless you!

  2. Seems we’re all in the festive mood this week. I love your acrostic, and Merry Christmas to you.

  3. Santa shimmying down the chimney-a glorious sight. Enjoy the holidays! Blessed are the peacemakers who spread the joy!

    • Thanks, as always, for taking time to read the post and to share a personal, insightful comment! So glad you liked the Santa image. Originally I had him sliding down a slippery chimney, but that didn’t feel right. When “shimmey” came to mind, that did it! In truth he might slide more than shimmy, but the shimmy/chimney was linguistically irresistible. Thank you for you; you are the peacemaker who spreads the Joy! God bless you and your entire family this Christmas and always!

  4. I enjoyed your acrostic! Enjoy every bit of the season.

  5. “shimmy down the chimney” made me smile. Fun acrostic. Happy Holidays to you!

    • Thank you for reading and responding in true jama form! Succinct and sunshiney. God bless you! So glad you liked “shimmy down the chimney.” Uh-oh!…As I’m typing those words I’m hearing “Ferry Cross the Mersey” & I have no idea why! God bless you….Thank you, as always, for making me smile…I’m going to find the lyrics to that song..I have no idea what it relates to (yet)!

  6. What a fun acrostic!

  7. I haven’t written any acrostics for a while. Hmmmm.

    • Thank you so much for taking time to read and to comment. I love your affirming Hmmmm… another one of my favorite words! Looking forward to an acrostic of yours when the time and topic is right for your inspiration. God bless you!

  8. Great acrostic – thanks for the warm wishes. Christmas love back to you!

    • 🙂 …Thank you for taking time to read the acrostic and to share your much appreciated appraisal. Your thumbs-up means a great deal to me! Thank you, most especially, for your Christmas well wishes. God bless you!

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