As soon as I saw the ornament in the gift shop, I knew I had to buy it. I hoped my 11 year old great niece would humor her 4 year old sister about Santa, and didn’t know where my 8 year old great niece would land. This Kindness Ornament features daily video messages from a quite believable “Santa” via QR code inviting the listeners to do acts of kindness: give someone a hug, write someone a nice note. I was totally enthralled when I scanned the QR code on the package and heard Santa explaining about the delightful ornament. It felt like Christmas magic! It doesn’t matter the age.
Before I share this charming link, my disclaimer is that I don’t get any kickbacks from Santa or the ornament company. Plus, it’s too late for this year anyhow, purposely. BUT it’s not too late to be enchanted in the next few days by the same message from Santa that I heard if you CLICK HERE.
Whether you celebrate Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hannukah or Diwali, we can all use some Light and Kindness. Certainly, the world needs it now. When we feel helpless in the darkness, at least we can share our own Light through small acts of Kindness. What might your inner Santa be calling on YOU to do today?
As if I wasn’t already enamored by this topic, here’s a picture of what was in the restroom of the restaurant where I had dinner with my granddaughter this week:
Thank you for your kindness in taking time to read my reflections. Warm wishes to you for the holiday season to treat yourself and others with kindness now and in the coming year.