Blogmas Day 12: Quote of the Week

Hey guys! We have arrived to Blogmas Day 12, and it is time for another Christmas-themed quote! Last week I did one from my favorite Christmas movie, It’s A Wonderful Life, so this time I will be doing a quote from one of my other favorite Christmas movies! Can anyone guess what it is? …Okay, it’s The Polar Express. This actually used to be my favorite Christmas movie until I really thought about how great It’s A Wonderful Life is, so it got bumped down a little. I’m not really sure where it is on my list these days, but we’ll just go with 3rd for now, haha! However, there’s a catch here! I’m actually going to be doing song lyrics for this one, but it is a song that plays in the credits of The Polar Express. Check it out!

“We were dreamers not so long ago, but one by one we all had to grow up.” – “Believe” by Josh Groban

Not only is The Polar Express one of my favorite Christmas movies, but “Believe” is actually one of my favorite Christmas songs. There’s just something about this song that really hits me right in the feels! It was hard to pick a line from it because there are so many good ones, but this one has always stood out to me whenever I hear this song, especially these days. Christmas always comes with a bit of bittersweetness in my family, because we never know which Christmas will be the last one where we’re all together (since we’re all growing up and whatnot). This song always reminds me of growing up and having Christmas not feel the same as it did when I was little. I hate to be the bearer of bittersweetness this close to Christmas, but it’s true! But while this song does remind me of all that, it is also a message to not forget what it was like to be a kid at Christmas, and that’s definitely something I want to hold onto!

What do you think about this quote/lyric? Let me know in the comments below! And as always, God bless y’all and have a wonderful week!

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