Christmastime Planning

Every year, it seems as if December runs off in a flash, but truth be told, this entire year has gone by on supersonic wings.

The other day, I asked my husband what we should have for Christmas dinner, and he responded that we had several weeks to decide. Well, we’re down to less than two weeks, and I don’t believe I’ve decided on anything. Shameful, I know.

But with that said, I recognize that being around family and basking in the joy of the Christ child and his return as savior is more important than all the preparations we’re making.

I look forward to the office closure and being able to spend more time at home than I have all year. For those with young children, you’ll be able to relate to how special they can make the holidays. Check out the following holiday story for your reading pleasure.

The Vet’s Christmas Pet

The last thing Toni wants for Christmas is more responsibility, but her daughter has other ideas. A near accident not only brings them a dog in need of a home, but puts Toni back in contact with Matthias Laing, a hot-shot footballer from her past, who she’d prefer to stay there.

Matthias can’t believe his luck when a lost pooch puts his high-school crush back on his radar. Given an opportunity to grant a wish for Toni’s daughter, he can’t resist going into Santa mode. Christmas is about to be the merriest one in ages, until Toni discovers the deception surrounding Ridley, her daughter’s new pet.

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