Our Holiday Gift to All

Please Come to the 12th Annual (?) Christmas in Wilsonia Party

Who: You, our dearest friends, and your dearest friends

When: December 25, 2006 starting at 7:00 p.m.

Where: At our home; contact me if you need more detail than that

Why: This is our chance to see our chosen family, detox, unwind, and breathe easy after what is often a crazy run-up to a meaningful yet challenging time of year.

Please Bring: Your good cheer and/or exhausted selves. Preferred beverages. Gifts if you wish to exchange them with others at the party, however, gifts are not necessary.

The Wilsons

3 Responses to “Our Holiday Gift to All”

  • kittiliscious
    November 22, 2006 at 1:05 pm

    I want to tell you how much it means to me to be able to spend time with you and our family of friends each year at Christmas. Coming to your place after Christmas has truly become a special holiday tradition to me. With divorce and blended families and moving around a lot, such traditions are few and far between. The past couple of years it has also been a welcome respite from me trying to behave around Justin’s family! I have so many expectations around Christmas. *Now* is when I will feel like a family, happy and loved and secure. But it always falls short and even though Justin’s family has welcomed me most kindly and warmly, it always feels a little sad that I don’t have my own family to be with, or my own traditions to uphold. But then I get to go to your house and I feel such satisfaction. I don’t even have to talk to anybody. I just like to look around at everybody in the room and think about how much they all mean to me and I feel happy and at peace. Thanks again.


  • dakini_grl
    November 22, 2006 at 2:16 pm

    That’s where Christmas lives for me. That’s the feeling of home. Thank you beautiful Wilsons!


  • gypsy_ritsa
    November 22, 2006 at 8:01 pm

    I can’t wait to see everyone!


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