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Christmas and the Falling in Love Fantasy

mistletoeAccording to the lyrics of the classic Christmas song, The Christmas Waltz, Christmas is ďÖ the time of year when the world falls in love.Ē In fact, if you watch holiday movies and the commercials that go along with them, you would believe that everyone does fall in love at Christmas. Doesnít everyone know at least one person who was proposed to in the snow in the woods; or how about when ice skating or riding in the family sleigh while snow gently falls? Surely everyone gets that special jewelry item of the year every Christmas? Isnít everyoneís jewelry box overflowing with all the wonderful gifts that convey the attitude of love and being in love at Christmas? Wouldnít it be nice if that were in fact true? Letís just think about that for awhile and live in the fantasy before we look at reality.

If you really want to be in love at Christmas maybe itís not all that difficult to accomplish. You can send a letter to Santa in any Santa mailbox and make your request and maybe Father Gift-mas will provide someone to fall in love with or at least someone to consider falling in love with at Christmas. That might get you through Christmas thinking you are in love and enjoying the, oh what a feeling feelings, of Christmas love. If your holiday guy delivered by Santa turns out to be a dud you can always return him after Christmas with a note to Santa saying thanks, but no thanks, I asked for a Prince, not a Frog. Please forward my request to Cupid if possible for a February replacement delivery.

You can sign up for an online matchmaker site like Match.com or Eharmony.com and chat to potential love matches. If you find someone compatible you may in fact, end up falling in love for Christmas. There are oodles of online sites to consider and many have free trials or introductory offers. Just be sure to time your registration appropriately for the upcoming holidays to take advantage of the special discounts and offers. If you find someone this way it would be a lucky event, comparable to getting a door buster discount at the store of your choice on a cool pair of UGG boots or a Coach or Michael Kors Handbag or a Lucky brand special item of your choice.

You can get involved in the Spirit of Christmas and carry a sprig of mistletoe with you everywhere you go just in case you see someone you really want to kiss. Just remember, donít kiss someone elseís significant other. Thatís simply not cool. Also be careful not to kiss too many so, so choices or obvious frogs. It can become very disillusioning if you keep kissing frogs while searching for your Prince.

All kidding aside though, falling in love at Christmas is a wonderful fantasy. Donít give up on it. It may happen when you least expect it or it may happen as a result of special efforts on your part like those mentioned above. Donít be too bold in your efforts though. You donít want to be too obvious. I mean someone might know what youíre up to if you wear a wreath on your head made out of mistletoe sprigs! Seriously, subscribe to the theory of less is more and stick to just a single sprig, thatís all it takes, you know when love and Christmas magically collide anything is possible!

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