Winter Begins

So the first day of Winter was today the 21st of December, that means we have the shortest days and longer nights. That means we have to do our shopping before the sunset and get up early before the sunrises. That means, I am tired – Already. Christmas shopping was exhausted. So much to do and little time left, Christmas is for children and children love Santa Clause.

I recently sat on Santa Clause lap and told him what I wanted for Christmas; I swear he had on Depends Underwear on. Underneath, his pants, it was soft and padded, I could feel it. He though I would pee on him, but it was meant for the children who can’t control themselves on his lap. He looked at me and wondered why would a 40-year-old person sitting on his lap, if a gorgeous woman sat on his lap, he would not mind. But for me, he gave me a weird stare or some kind of look. So I peed on his pants. I did wish what I wanted for Christmas. Would I get it?

How does he know where I live? I have an ADT security system and there’s no way he would get into my house. One-step into my house, the alarm will sound and a parade of Christmas lights from the cops and a SWAT team will be here in a flash. And, he will be caught either giving me Christmas present. Presents would be nice, but he would be trespassing on my property.  What about reindeers on top of my roof? How did they get up there? Messing with the singles and pooping down to my chimney, and stinking up the place. Spraying Febreze would not cover up the smell up.

Christmas is a festival celebrating Christ’s birth, held on December 25. Christmas is lights, decoration, and even snow. If we have dream of a white Christmas, it may not snow on that day. Or, it might rain that day. So we may be dreaming of a wet Christmas.

On a serious note, Christmas is caring and helping someone we love, my mom had a hip injury back in 2011 and she is unable to walk till this day. She’s on a wheel chair and she have Alzheimer’s and dementia. She’s in her 80s, but she have two caring people to take care of her and we are her angles. She’s eating healthy. When people ask my parents and me, how are we doing? I always say, “We are still alive” because we are still alive and we eat healthy and do exercise.  Eating healthier and exercising is the key to stay alive.

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Parents should know what their child should watch. For example, a child goes for a sleep over at their friend’s house. And the parents of that household suggest to go to the movies with their kids and someone else kid.

The parents of that child should be aware of the ratings of the movie. PG-13, PG and G are good, but movies that are rated R are not acceptable even though the adult is accompanying them in the theater and the movie is good.

Most movies these days are rated R due to graphic violence and salty language. Children who watch these movies grow up to mimic the actor’s behavior by killing and using language and other adults themes in the movie.

It doesn’t make sense that older parents are taking their child to see a rated R movies. Is this appropriate? We want to raise a child to be good and we exposed them to watch these movies either at home on DVDs and the movie theater.

We can blame Hollywood for making these movies, but parents have to make a choice either to watch it or not. Do parents understand the movie ratings? Some of the good movies are rated R, which include graphic violence and salty language they use on the screen. What do you think?