“I want to Believe”

Well, It’s December in good ole New England.  Time to trim the tree, hang the lights and wait for Christmas to arrive.  Christmas has always been a time for children and those who think like one.  I have to admit, when my children were younger it held much more appeal for me.  They were so excited for Santa  to arrived it helped create more excitement for me.  Now sometimes I feel I go through the motions without all the excitement and thrill attached. The ho hum thought of shopping, which totally doesn’t appeal to me, having to adjust schedules to make time to put up the tree, and oh boy, wrapping….yuck!!!! It hasn’t been until recently that I find some of that old magic returning.  I think being around younger children definitely adds to that magic Christmas feeling. You can see the wonder and thrill in their eyes as they see all the sparkly lights, glittery ornaments and gaily wrapped presents.  I also look back to the time I went to New York City for the first time with my son & daughter in December of 2010.  I was scared as heck to ride the train and stay in Manhattan.  But, we did it and boy, it’s hard to not feel Christmas there.  In the Rockefeller Center we watched people skating, and marveled at the gorgeous Christmas tree, saw all the beautiful window displays and took out first trip to Lincoln Center where Colin sang for the first time an original Christmas song named, “I want to believe”. Please share my journey of rekindled magic in the photographs of some beautiful children and enjoy the music of the holidays with a song sung by Colin at the Lincoln Center in New York City.  You just have to “Believe”ImageIMG_5687CImageImageImageIMG_5691CImageImageImage

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays to you and all your loved ones.  Please enjoy the music of “I want to Believe” sung by Colin Geaghan.  Listen to the words…..and Believe all over again.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_DcgoT4Yi4

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