For the last 2 weeks I felt like I was preparing for the Olympics…running, working, running from one place to another, working again, fairs, events, my daughter’s anniversary – twice, kindergarten Christmas Party, etc. I can’t wait for Christmas Day to come and all I want this Christmas is to relax, enjoy my family, eat sponge cake (‘cozonac’ for connoisseurs), ‘sarmale’ and do absolutely nothing else. ‘Nothing’ seems perfect right now. I’m sure there are a few ladies among my readers who perfectly understand what I mean.
I won’t tell you what to do on Christmas day, as I’m sure you all have plans and ideas on how to spend your day, hopefully surrounded by presents and dear friends and family. This year I won’t even tell you what to wear, because it really doesn’t matter. Wear whatever you want, be as silly or as glamorous as you want, as Christmas is not about how we look, but about how we feel. We have New Year’s Eve for the other one.
Christmas is one of those few days when we feel more humans than ever, we leave worries behind, we forget about what’s bad and try to concentrate about what’s good. Christmas must be about hope, fun, sharing, loving, time for yourself, time to think and maybe most importantly, time to be thankful… for everything you are, for everything you have, for the people around you, for your food, for being healthy or just for being healthier than others, for every little thing you don’t really think about every day: like a home, a warm house or air conditioning (depending on what you need), water, socks :), etc
I know we should all be grateful every day, probably most of us are, but Christmas is a special day, everything slows down and allows us to think even more on how lucky we are. And we are…
Have a Merry and Magical Christmas Divas, filled with happy thoughts and hope for a better world!
PS. No time for super photos, just a few selfies. Dinner is in the oven and I have a few other things to cook. Yes, a Diva also cooks. 🙂
Kisses Dears and thank you all for reading whatever I write every day,