For dinner we have a turkey with all of the trimmings, we say grace before dinner and then pull our crackers.
We have a competition to see who can keep their hat on for the whole day.
Although the main celebration takes place on this day but the preparations start almost a week ago. The approaching New Year makes this occasion filled with happiness and joy.
Also, it is the time of vacations so people get to spend time with family and enjoy it to the fullest.
The lessons of love, kindness, and mercy that Christ had taught us remain just as relevant over 2000 years after his birth. While we plan to indulge in the bright lights and cheerful festivities of the season, let us not forget these valuable lessons that Christmas brings with it and strive to become better human beings.
“Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way” This is the most popular song of the month December. It is considered to be the birth anniversary of Jesus Christ.
Christmas is one of the most awaited and loved festival.
The weather and the surroundings are a sight to behold.
What we must remember, though, is that Christmas is not merely a celebration which involves exchanging gifts and partaking in lavish feasts.
It is the infinite love of God and the many wonderful lessons that Jesus taught us that we must reflect upon as we prepare for yet another glorious Christmas night.