What’s your favorite Christmas memory?
“My mom cooking for everyone in our family on Christmas Eve and my Aunt Shirley when she brought sausage balls. I so miss those days.”
“Reading the birth of Christ to my children on Christmas Eve, then having our homemade hot tamales and chili. YUM!!!!!”
TERRY R ZIEMER:
“Laughing with the family as we shared funny things we had done through the years.”
“When I was a little boy, my Dad had these big speakers from work that he placed on the front porch and would play Christmas carols. People from all over just loved this, my brothers and I did too.”
“The Christmas Eve service at church in my hometown. I would go to the midnight service with my dad when I was a little girl. I felt that every year, we were really welcoming the Christ child. It was such a sweet and moving service and set the course of my life.”
“When I was in fourth grade, I got chicken pox at Christmas. One day, there was a knock on the door and all of a sudden Santa (a friend of ours) was standing in our living room. It made my day. I will always remember him for making a sick little girl feel better. RIP Ricky Stapp.”