I and my family--like millions of others around the world--are celebrating the birth of Jesus.
Others--especially little children--celebrate Santa.
Most of us do both. We go to church, and we give gifts.
Gifts to friends. Gifts to those we love.
In this season of giving, we also give gifts to those who work on our behalf or provide a regular service to us and to charitable organizations.
Somehow, the generosity of the season makes us kinder, gentler, more giving toward everyone. Have you noticed how good it makes you feel to just give?
Whatever you celebrate and however you celebrate this day, one thing we all have in common is a mutual desire for Peace on Earth.
Normally, we hide behind the scenes and write our posts. Today, we wanted to smile at you and wish you a very Merry Christmas.
Christmas Message from Nancy Fraser
Nancy is the author of Time and Again.
“From my desk to your home... Merry Christmas. May the peace and joy of the season be with you and your loved ones.”
Christmas Message from Jan Scarbrough
Jan is the author of Home for the Holidays: The Montana McKennas, Book 7.
Christmas Message from Bonnie Edwards
Bonnie is the author of Finding Mercy, and she's giving that away today so click the title and grab your free copy.
"May all your best dreams come true on this Christmas Day."
Christmas Message from Cheryl Bolen
Cheryl is the author of Last Duke Standing, The Lords of Eton,
"Merry Christmas to all."
Christmas Message from Karen Kelley
Karen is the author of Flock You!
"I wish everyone a very merry Christmas surrounded by family and love. I hope you make lots of memories!"
Christmas Message from Joan Reeves
Joan is the author of Brianna's Season for Miracles.
"From my home to yours, I wish you a very Merry Christmas full of friendship and love, and an awesome New Year!"
Come back and visit us tomorrow when we'll be doing a special Boxing Day post. Yes, we're adopting the British Boxing Day Holiday. It's going to be a lot of fun so do stop by.
Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays. Peace on Earth. Good will toward all.