Blogmas Day 19: Quote of the Week

Hey y’all! This will be my last Blogmas Quote of the Week! Of course, I’ll still have a holiday-themed quote for next week, it just won’t be in line with Blogmas (and will probably be connected with New Years instead of Christmas). And literally, this time next week Christmas will be OVER?! I’ve really been enjoying this Christmas break I’ve been on for the last couple weeks, and I’m really not ready to start another school semester. Yeah, I will be going to a new school and everything, but after last semester I feel like I never want to go to school again, haha! Anyway, enough about that! It’s time to get to our quote!

“For it is good to be children sometimes, and never better than at Christmas, when its mighty Founder was a child Himself.” – A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens)

I LOVE A Christmas Carol– the book, and the multiple of the movies. It’s a tradition for my siblings and I to watch Jim Carry’s A Christmas Carol (one of the scariest adaptations in my opinion) every December as soon as we get out of school. And y’all, the quotes in the book and movies are just amazing. I decided to go with this one, straight from the book, this time around! It is super true, and I’m definitely feeling it after the semester I’ve had. There really is nothing like being a kid at Christmas. Although I do have a lot of fun at Christmas as an adult, I find myself longing to be ten or younger again. I didn’t have anything to worry about, nothing was weighing on my mind. I would be so excited for Christmas I couldn’t sleep on Christmas Eve night. Fun times! Obviously I still have fun times at Christmas, as I said, but there’s just something about it that hits different now that I’m older. Maybe you can relate?

What are your thoughts on this quote? Let me know in the comments below! And as always, God bless y’all and have a wonderful week!

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