Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Mrs. Santa Claus by Brenda Nixon

In September, Lifetime Entertainment selected me as "Mom of the Week." What an honor to have my bio and pic on their website, and to receive many kudos from friends and colleagues around the country.
The same month, I learned my parenting book, The Birth to Five Book, won the Good Parenting Seal.
Now, if it were possible to be awarded the title of Mrs. Santa Claus I'd want to emulate her jubiliant spirit (but not her girth). I'd want to spread happiness, cheer and homemade cookies around my neighborhood, relieve small hurts, help people survive the economy, and make it a most memorable Christmas. Yes, I'd practice Peace on Earth and Good Will Toward Men (and women).
Wait a minute . . . I don't have to be awarded a title to do most of that. Neither do you. We all can value the best in ourselves and practice the joyful, giving spirit of Christmas.
And in speaking of giving, my birthday is Saturday (December 12). hint hint

Hey, leave your comment and be entered for a drawing of a FREE COPY of A Scrapbook of Christmas Firsts! Anyone who comments to a post this week & next will have opportunity to win a free book. If you already have one, give the freebie as a Christmas Gift. I recently gave an autographed copy as a December wedding gift.

Happy Holidays!
Brenda Nixon,
Co-author, A Scrapbook of Christmas Firsts


Abi said...

I'd love to be entered in your book giveaway. Thanks

GrandMaCarolB [at] gmail [dot] com

John Long said...

Congrats on the idea!

I hope lots of folks find treasure int he stories.

Cynthia Schuerr said...

Oh, great post. You are so right! We can all be Mrs. Claus now and throughout the year. Why just for the holidays, right?

Have a Very Happy Holiday!

Ho! Ho! Ho!

Holly said...

I am so glad you stopped by my place so I could discover your blogs. Your new book sounds amazing...and it sounds like you are a pretty amazing woman! I will be following you here and on the Terra Garden since I live in Coastal (foggy) California and have a brown thumb I could use some inspiration!
Holly @ 504 Main