This past weekend I went to East Tennessee with Abby. We enjoyed (I think) a new book. I may review it later, but let me warn you. Intellectually it may be over your head.
The Curse of the Campfire Weenies is kind of a Twilight Zone for kids. We did not like it at first, because we didn't get it. Now it has become a favorite. I am not sure if it comes under the category of enjoying unscripted endings or the roller coaster affect (love of terror).
Christmas is not a great time of year for everybody. For some (more than you know) it is a grim reminder of terrifying experiences. For others we think of people who made Christmas special, who no longer live with us. Christmas becomes the season of unscripted endings. We remember stories without happy endings.
Don't assume someone beside you does not need a little extra love as we swing into Christmas. People around you are looking for hope. They long for a new script. Wow, fits right in to the first Christmas. What do you think?