"Hey man, no promises. You don't know my relatives."
NOR MINE! Thanks for my "Laugh For The Day" there Tom!
I'm a Native American---my "Xmas" falls around between the Canadian/American "Thanksgiving Day" and is called "The Autumn
But my family (wife, kids, grandkiddos) all celebrate Xmas and this year instead of doing the "Secret Santa"
which we normally do (I participate to keep the number even and for the kids), because of the downturn in the economy we instead
decided to make it a day solely for the two grandchildren
I think the rest of my family finally learnt what I have already known for years and have been trying to teach them, and that is the
adage of "It's more blessed to give than receive." I've never seen so many REAL smiles upon my family's faces when they saw the joy
they'd brought to the grandkiddos with all the gifts! And my grandson (who is Autistic) looked at me and said, "This is my most perfect
Xmas ever grandpa!"
I don't think I'll ever be forgetting this Xmas, nor will anyone else in my family!
Thanks for allowing me to share.