Keeping with tradition, it’s that time of year again when we wish we could send all of you, our wonderful readers & followers, one of our annual Christmas cards along with a special Christmas message. After all, you are our “internet family!” And thankfully, with the help of the internet, we can share! I hope you’ll forgive us for not posting a hairstyle this week, as we are taking a little time off to be together as a family and celebrate Christmas. If you’re looking for Christmas hairstyles, be sure to check THESE out.
But despite not sharing a new Christmas tutorial today, we’ve put together a short video of some pictures from our family pictures we took last month, so we hope you’ll enjoy those instead! But first, on a more personal note, we’d like to share a few thoughts about Christmas.
Since a new star first appeared above Bethlehem, Christmas has been a season of light, reminding us that Jesus Christ is the light of the world. Together, we can celebrate His birth by making the world a brighter place. All we have to do is follow Him—His life, His example, and His teachings. In doing so, we can help #LIGHTtheWORLD. We hope you will take the time this season (and in the months to come) to help Light the World with goodness, just as Christ did. After all, He is the reason we celebrate.
And for those of you that want to see a bunch more of our family pictures, you can watch them in our short video Christmas card below!
And as this is the season of giving, if you are interested, we’d love to send you a free gift for Christmas — no strings attached. A while back, I posted about what brings me peace and joy in this life and what I believe. I’d love to send you a Book of Mormon and Testimony packet that includes 30+ other bloggers thoughts and feelings on Jesus Christ as well. You can read more in my post I’m a Blogger & I’m Mormon to find out about the packet, and about me. It’s truly free and sent without any obligation so contact me if you’d like me to send you one. Or if you just want to know more about what we believe, you can read more on Mormon.org.