Let it snow

Today is Monday, which means it’s time for the Inspirational song of the week.

I find myself singing this song all the time now, but instead of singing, Let it snow, I’m singing, Let it go.

Let it go, let it go, let it go….

There’s so much to do, right now. Candy-making, shopping, wrapping, decorating, cooking, cleaning, writing…It’s way too easy to get overwhelmed and freak out! But I know if I do, I’ll just end up sabotaging myself and making things worse.

I want to spend my time cultivating joy!

I want to savor how handsome my son looked in his new tie during his first Holiday concert. (I’m such a proud Mama!)

christmas-tree-giftsAnd the other night, after dinner, when we all drank egg nog, listened to Christmas carols and decorated the tree. All three of us!! And then we went downstairs and watched National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.

Good times!!

These are the times that make Christmas time special, not stressing out, worrying about the fact that I still need to finish ALL of my Christmas shopping, as well as make and box 50 boxes of candy! Not to mention the wrapping and sending….

Focus on the work, not the worries.

Let it go, let it go, let it go…….

Have a great week, my friendly blog reader.

I’ll be back later this with the Inspirational word of the week.

xoxo Pam

In response to the stormy seas of life, my husband Blake and I have created this website to be a Current of Inspiration, a wave of love and joy to wash away hate and fear. By posting every week, it's our commitment to making our world a better place. We hope you find it uplifting and will share it with your friends! Thanks for stopping by! xoxo

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2 comments on “Let it snow
  1. I just love it that you watch National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. That is a holiday tradition for my husband and I. We know it so well that we can say the lines along with the actors, but we never miss it, no matter how busy we are. We usually watch it and wrap gifts together at the same time, which makes the work load lighter and a lot more fun. I follow a rule every year; I will not make the week leading up to Christmas crazy by shopping, wrapping, baking and cooking at the last minute. If it isn’t purchased, wrapped, hung up, decorated, or baked by December 17, I just let it go. Works for me and I enjoy the holidays no matter what I didn’t get accomplished, and celebrate with what I did.

  2. Wonderful, Paula! I’m so glad you’re enjoying your holiday season! No matter what!! Thanks for reading! xoxox Pam

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