- Merry Gift-mas!!
As Christmas tradition, people receive gifts from friends and family. Stereotypically, when young, we demand the top toys of the season no matter the price or look. We called upon our parents, aunts, uncles, grandmas, grandpas, etc. for the special item.
However, as we grow older, many reconsider just being on the receiving end and make giving a higher priority. Some people decide to buy gifts for their closest of friends and family with their own money.
But no matter whether we give or receive presents, the gift-giving tradition will never die.
- Revival of the Classics.
When some think of Christmas classics, they think of the songs associated with the holidays. We’ve all heard Christmas songs in stores or on the radio, which expose us to those famous tunes.
Many current artists help to keep the old standards alive. Mariah Carey, who set the bar high with the release of her iconic “All I Want For Christmas Is You” in 1994. Then, in 2002, Hilary Duff released her cover of “Last Christmas.” Fast-forwarding to 2013, Kelly Clarkson released her Christmas album, Wrapped In Red.
This year, Ariana Grande released her cover of “Last Christmas,” which is a big hit among many. She also released her own song, “Santa Tell Me,” along with her Christmas album, Christmas Kisses.
No matter the artist or sound, Christmas music will stay a listening tradition for everyone.
That’s it for this now, and see you next week in my kingdom! Don’t forget to read other stories on the site! 💖