Festive Season My 25 Day Countdown to a Happy Christmas Over 50s LifestyleDay 23 #my25daycountdowntoahappychristmas December 23, 2018 TweetShare1Pin1 SharesDay 23Missed a prompt? You can catch up HERE!Let’s Keep Sizzling!Women Living Well After 50Join the Women Living Well After 50 CommunitySubscribe to receive the latest from WomenLivingWellAfter50 Email Like this:Like Loading...RelatedTweetShare1Pin1 Shares advent calendarchristmasfestive seasonhappinesshealth and wellnessmental health 2 Comments Share Sue LoncaricYou Might Also Like Day 10 #my25daycountdowntoahappychristmas December 10, 2018 Thursday Thoughts: Don’t wait! Enjoy life now, life is not a rehearsal August 3, 2017 Taking the first step to Reset Your Healthy Habits with these 4 easy tips May 1, 20192 Comments Reply Nancy Dobbins December 23, 2018 at 05:44Hi Sue! This post about making memories is very much along my line of thinking this holiday season. As we’ve transitioned our lives into retirement and made our home much simpler, I’ve come to appreciate that it is not the things we have acquired along the way that are important, but rather the memories. And as Erica points out in her post this week at https://behindthesceneryphoto.com/ memories that we keep are made more lasting when tied to a strong emotion. So, making holiday memories and traditions that last are connected by feelings of love, happiness, and belonging. Loved the synergy of this, Nancy Reply Sue Loncaric December 23, 2018 at 05:50Hi Nancy! I believe we can get so caught up that we forget what is truly important. Today is our blended family Christmas lunch and I always enjoy hosting and especially the looks on the grandchildren’s faces when we give them their Santa Sacks. I take lots of photos and love looking at them during the year. We don’t have the family all together very often so this is indeed a special annual event. This year we have our new grandson Elliot who is 7 months old so that will be special. I also remember one year I gave each of the grandchildren a $1 bubble wand. It was their favourite gift and also the first time my grandson Ethan who was about 18 months old at the time, had seen bubbles. I have a gorgeous photo of him chasing the bubbles and trying to catch them. Yes creating memories enrich our lives for sure. Have a wonderful Christmas and New Year and I look forward to connecting more with you during 2019. Thank you also for taking time to drop by and leave me a comment, I’m glad you have enjoyed the countdown. xxLeave a Reply Cancel ReplyName * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.