A Silent Night

A Silent Night

Christmas brings to me beautiful memories from my childhood. Known to be an average student during my school days, getting an entry into a school activity was always hard to believe.

The first one to name was preparing for a Christmas carol along with a group of 20 more kids from my class. We were handed the lyrics and the song was played for us to hear and practice the tune. “Silent Night, Holy Night” the song played and was played, again, and, again, and again.

The more it was played, the more I fell in love with the idea of waiting for little Christ on a peaceful and Silent night, to an extent that even now this memory is still so fresh and preserved in my heart.

What is your Christmas memory?

13 responses to “A Silent Night”

  1. When I was a boy, my Dad worked long hours as a security guard in a factory and sometimes he had to work Christmas Day. When I was about 8 my mum told me that because Dad had to work Christmas Day and because myself, my twim brother and my sister had been good, that Father Christmas was coming a day early in our house. Of course we were thrilled, and felt very special that Santa Claus was visiting us on Chritsmas Eve.Of course this was engineered by my mum who wanted the whole family together for Christmas.

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    • It’s always a thrilling experience as kids, thinking about Santa coming to see us, all perfectly planned by our parents. This is such a sweet memory beautifully described by you. No matter what, Mom do their best to keep everyone together and happy πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing this πŸ™‚


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