Although I have not done it every year, I have for most years, written a letter to my daughter at Christmas time. I like to share with her about the year, her achievements and milestones, and mostly how proud I am of her and to let her know much her Dad and I love her.
This morning I worked on this letter to Sivanna, who is now 15. It has been a tough year for us with the ongoing pandemic situation and my Stage IV cancer diagnosis back in March. So let’s just say writing the letter today was pretty intense for me.
I am so glad I have done this throughout the years. Sivanna will always have those letters to go back to and to reflect on and to also receive insight and wisdom from us that she can use later in life.
What About YOU?
What about you? Do you have any traditions that you like to do? Is there something special that stands out for you? We have many opportunities in life to participate in sacred moments and these moments help to enhance our earthly journeys. They help us to connect to the real, raw, sweetness in life.
I wish you all an amazing day and Happy Holidays!
JOY! JOY! JOY!
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2 thoughts on “A Christmas Letter To My Daughter”
Just beautiful maggie and I Love your tradition.
Thanks so much.