A minor case of nostalgia.

This was my favorite Christmas song this year. 
I can't believe this is the last Christmas that I will be waking up in my little bed, running upstairs to wish my parents Merry Christmas, and walking side by side with my brother into the living room to see if the "fat man came." (See song above.) 
Here's to one last childhood Christmas! 


It's beginning to look a lot like...

Oregon? What is with the rain in December? Quite strange but yet, I shouldn't be surprised at the bipolar weather we have in Utah anymore. No matter if it's raining, snowing or 90 degrees, the Christmas spirit is in the air and I can't help but have joy! I've been trying extra hard this year to focus on Christ instead of worrying about what Santa is going to bring me. I want to spend less time at the mall or in line at Target and more time with the people I love and more time serving others.
I have so much to be grateful for. I have a fiance who I love more than I could possibly imagine. I have a loving family who support me and bring me so much happiness. I was privileged to attend the school I was hoping to attend and happened to meet some of the most incredible people who I will never forget. I am extremely fortunate to have the gospel in my life. To be preparing to enter God's temple and to be sealed to my best friend for eternity.
I came across this video today and wanted to share it. These people describe Christ's love so beautifully.
Merry Christmas!