Which brings me to the topic at hand. Christmas, and a merry one to all I must say. I'm content to sit here, drink coffee, and listen to music. We still haven't opened up gifts and won't probably until everyone gets up. I really didn't want anything for Christmas because to me, its not all about gift giving and such.
I went to church for Christmas Eve, and it was good. It was a bit hard for me though because I saw many people that I knew when I went to church on a weekly basis back in high school. Its not that they have changed or I have changed, but I know that I don't go to church as much as I did. I was also pretty well known in our church, and I feel odd that I'm no longer as religious as I once was. I feel though that I hadn't, until college, had a chance to actually analyze what I believed and try to figure it all out. I still haven't had that complete chance though and I'm still in a journey to figure it all out which makes it a bit difficult for me here at home.
That doesn't supercede the fact that it is Christmas, and a tie of joy regardless of religion. Every religion has its time of joy, and though Christmas is Christian based, and really wasn't spun off by Christians as a whole but by Pagans many centuries ago, I'm still caught up as many are by the happiness of the day. Many good wishes to all, and I'll write more soon.