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    SusieSnowflake;49439 wrote:
    Wow, I can only hope some things will remain forever the same, snowy nights, christmas trees, family, dinner, baking, gifts , waiting for the animals to talk at midnight on Christmas eve, children who can not sleep, adults either..Everyone being very happy and kind to each other, sharing, loving…. I can only hope..

    Susie you always say exactly what I am thinking !! Are we secret twins ?? 😉 I too, can only hope what you stated is what the future holds. I probably will not be here in 20 years……but hey, it’s okay !! Perhaps I will be celebrating Christmas with the One who it is all about :grinn:

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    I think we might be separated at birth! I may not be here in 20 years either, on earth anyway…:1smiley001:

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    I hope 20 years from now kids are still interested in the tradition of Santa Claus

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    me too, you should always believe in santa Claus, after all Christmas spirit and believing in Santa is how he powers his sleigh with the help of his reindeer.:1smiley008:

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    Anonymous

    In 20 years I will be 53 yrs old. (with children)
    Im already someone who needs lactose free eggnog, Erv. LOL

    Im not so sure Christmas will even be as widely celebrated either, There is so much agenda from the politically correct crowd that has ruined the fun and wholesome adventures of simple times. I can even look back ten years and see how things have changed. I remember stores everywhere were closed on Christmas day when I was a kid. But not true today. we were allowed Christmas trees in school, With a Christmas play to put on for the parents while we would close the play out with everyone singing “we wish you a merry Christmas”, now we would have to go into singing “We Wish You a Merry Non-Religious-Specific Day-Off in Winter.” I sure hope not!

    Im sure there will still be individual family members in each one of our lives that will keep the tradition of Christmas alive somehow and some where! I plan on keeping it alive as long as I am alive!

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    that is the way to keep the true Christmas, make sure your loved ones follow the old traditions…:1smiley008:

    #20885
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    what if they don’t wanna ? :ninja

    SusieSnowflake;49907 wrote:
    that is the way to keep the true Christmas, make sure your loved ones follow the old traditions…:1smiley008:
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    Anonymous

    :1smiley011:

    ElfinErv;49985 wrote:
    what if they don’t wanna ? :ninja
    #20878

    Anonymous

    I see my house covered with lights like those ppl off the tv specials. I see my lightbill having about two commas, lol. I can imagine a yard full of decoartions and wake up to Christmas music peacefully playing from the tv. I can see myself going and fixing me a nice cup of hotchocolate and just relaxing and looking outside to see the snow falling or lying still. That would be amazing !!

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