Dad Creates Magical ‘Quarantine Christmas’ With Toys & Food Already In The House

Quarantine Christmas reminding all of us to be happy and excited with what we already have Quarantine Christmas should join the list of pop culture holidays like Festivus. Dad Neil Robinson came up with the idea for his young children Carter and Kennedy. The general idea? Wrap up toys and food the family already had. What brilliance! The parents woke the kids up with all the excitement of a traditional Christmas Day. Carter and Kennedy ran downstairs to find the

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Kind Newfoundland Strangers Host Stranded Airline Passengers for Christmas Dinner

Newfoundland, Canadian kindness is already legendary Newfoundland is an island off the northeastern coast of Canada known for its kindness. The story of how Newfoundlanders hosted stranded airline passengers after 9/11 has been turned into the magnificent Broadway musical, “Come From Away.” Here’s a good story, if the producers are looking to produce a sequel. Karen KayCee shared her own Christmas miracle story on Facebook. How she was on a flight from Toronto to St. John’s on Christmas Eve. Bad

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BBC Breakfast’s Christmas Surprise For Lonely 78-Year-Old Man Will Leave You Weeping

BBC Breakfast brings back the best spirit of Christmas Terrence has spent the last 20 Christmas Days on his own. So #BBCBreakfast, @mrdanwalker and @OldhamCollege wanted to bring him some Christmas cheer 🎄❤️ pic.twitter.com/p5OSfFowlT — BBC Breakfast (@BBCBreakfast) December 12, 2019 Presenter Dan Walker had interviewed a man named Terrance who shared he is 78-years-old and has spent the last 20 Christmas Days alone. Terrance’s spirt and story so moved BBC Breakfast viewers that Walker came back to his home

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How This Jewish Man Finds Being Santa Became His Calling In Life

How Rick Rosenthal blends his Orthodox Jewish faith with being Santa Being Santa Claus. This brings Rick Rosenthal joy. Even though he is an Orthodox Jew. Rosenthal knows this will raise eyebrows for many fellow Jewish people. Anyone who has grown up in America knows the conflict–weighing all the bright, shiny parts of the holiday with what devout Christians will remind you is the reason for the season–celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. How did Rosenthal become Santa? How does

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Imperfection: The Perfect Gift To Give This Holiday Season

I’ve figured the perfect gift! It’s perfect for– Well, everybody. That’s why I am now committing to a crummy holiday season. Okay, maybe not the whole season, But at least a couple of days. A few failure moments. You know me, Dear Reader. I’m all about gratitude, being happy with what you have. But a line is gets crossed this time of year. To go on Facebook, to open your mailbox is to be deluged with perfection! Everyone’s children are

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When Marriage Means Learning To Love The Ugly

Please catch my newspaper column each week in the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the Dayton Daily News and other newspapers across Ohio.  Here’s this week’s column: I did something this week I swore I would never do, managing to break not one, but two vows in the process. And it’s all part of the journey I share with you on a regular basis—what many of you have figured out before me—compromises you make as a wife and mother. For this broken vow story, you and

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