Traditions

cookiesDo traditions ever get old?  Certainly me talking about them isn’t tiring for me and hopefully you are willing to bear with me for one more rant about them.  This time of year I love to reflect on the year as we do one tradition after the next from cooking, baking, entertaining, looking at lights and volunteering.  It is a wonderful time that I love.  The pace and stamina needed this month is both overwhelming and exhilarating at the same time.  Don’t you agree?

This year I started what I hope will become a new tradition for me and one for my daughter as well.   I had friends for lunch then we decorated cookies together and once we were all finished my daughter had friends over to do the same.  I must admit the younger girls displayed way more talent than us.  As my friends gathered around the table for lunch we reflected how amazing it was with all that was going on with our kids, and preparation that we were able to all come together and slow down long enough to toast our friendship, our health and the season.  It may have been a short oasis in the midst of the chaos but spending time with our closest friends cannot be underestimated.

This holiday season, whether your traditions are old or new or whether your friendships (not friends:)) are old or new take the time to celebrate them.

If you are looking to create new traditions, or cultivate new friendships in a new location let our personal move coordinators help pave the way!

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