Ho, Ho, Ho, Merry Christmas. Santa’s on his way. Can’t you hear the sleigh bells

ringing? Everyone is rushing around, trying to get ready for the big day. Families are making

plans to gather; gifts are being either made or bought. With all of this, we at Interiors for Seniors would like to pause and thank all of our clients for a wonderful year. We have enjoyed helping each and every one of you find a new place and we trust you have your halls decked out with boughs of holly. We hope the holiday season fills your home with joy, your heart with love and your life with laughter.

We would like to encourage you to share your love and joy with others as well.

Sometimes, throughout the year, we get busy with our own personal interests and needs. The

holidays are a good time to reconnect with loved ones and reach out to strangers. It gives us a

chance to open our hearts to those in need and to contact those within our circle of family and friends who we may not have been able to be with throughout the year, for whatever reason.

The holidays are a time to celebrate Life

I found this poem while in search of a great way to sum up the attitude that we should

have during the holidays. This one seems appropriate and touched my heart.


Christmas is a special time

To give, to serve, to love.

It isn't just about yourself,

But others that you think of.

The presents, the trees, the glowing lights

Are fun but have no part

In what the real meaning of Christmas is...

That is in your heart.

Even if other people don't,

You should try to do

The things that you would want

Them to do to you!

The holidays are a busy time,

But they are sometimes good

Because they keep you thinking

About others like you should.

So this year, try to not think about yourself,

But think of the things you can do

To help others have a wonderful Christmas,

And you will find that you will be happy too.

~Julesies, 2014~

In the keeping the spirit of Hanukah alive, I found this great quote:

Hanukkah lights remind us to never be afraid to stand up for

what’s right and to always increase in matters of goodness. A little

light goes a long way and a candle of Godly goodness can serve as

a beacon of hope for those navigating dark passages of their lives.

[insert image of Mishumaa Saba: The Seven Candles]

Kwanza is celebrated on December 26, 2019 and ends January 1, 2020. Here I would

like to share the first of the 7 basic principles of Kwanza which is Umoji:

Umoji, which means Unity, enjoins us to strive for and maintain unity in the family,

community, nation, and race.

From this we see that no matter who we are or how we celebrate the

holidays, we are all trying to send the same message and celebrate the same basic

principle which is Love.

We’re sending our very best wishes and we're adding this special thought too…

May the magic and thrill of the holiday season stretch on and May Good Cheer last throughout the coming Year!


Call Missy Donaghy with Interiors for Seniors for a FREE consultation 321-279-3301.


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