POST-CHRISTMAS INVENTORY

January 2 it was , and I was putting the Christmas decorations away. That job can seem like a downer, so while I was doing it, I was mentally taking a post-Christmas inventory.

By that I mean remembering and appreciating each instance that had made this Christmas meaningful to me. Not just events and gatherings, but details—little signs of caring I'd noticed in those around me. News items that showed the Christmas spirit. And most of all, my own inspired thoughts all during the season, especially ones from my "manger moments," quiet, contemplative times when I'd cherished the Christ.

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