Tuesday, December 22, 2009

My favorite Christmas song

I'm dreamin' tonight of a place I love, even more then I usually do

I'm not going to be home in my parents house for Christmas this year, but that's nothing abnormal. Christmas Eve's of my childhood were always spent tucked with eager anticipation into my grandma's basement bedroom spare bed. So my Christmas dreams are surrounded by the cold, snow covered mountains of the Wasatch range.

And although I know it's a long road back I promise you...

I'll be home for Christmas, you can count on me

But this year I'll be spending it with my new family. The ear doctor's family. The newest branches grafted into my personal tree.

Please have snow and mistletoe, and presents under the tree

There probably won't be much snow but his family really knows how to have a fun time. And presents? please. I've learned over the years that the ear doctor's limitless spending on gifts was an inherited trait from his two wonderful parents.

Christmas Eve will find me where the love light beams

I'm already basking in the surety that love light will be beaming all over me...

I'll be home for Christmas, if only in my dreams

A dream come true is knowing that this new family I have loves me so totally. And I have the chance to be in love with my very best friend in the whole world. My Christmas wish is that everyone could be so lucky.

6 comments:

TRS said...

You gave me chills.
So beautiful.

Also remember...
"the closest thing to heaven on this planet anywhere
is a quiet Christmas morning in the Colorado snow"


in the words of the Tennessee Ernie Ford and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.

girl from florida said...

Merry Christmas, Katie! You have a wonderful attitude about sharing your Christmas with your new family- they are lucky to have such a loving and sweet daughter in law! Have a ton of fun and make many happy memories :)

Elizabeth said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and making a comment! I look forward to reading yours and wish you a very merry Christmas!

Holly said...

I like this post! Hope you had a wonderful holiday with your new(ish) family!

dad said...

We miss you but knowing that you are with Garrett and his family makes me VERY happy.

Anonymous said...

I remember all the Christmas fun we had together. You have a wonderful attitude that will keep you going throught the years but don't ever use a poinsette for a Christmas tree.
grandma jane