I have been thinking about what to do for my November and December photo challenges already.
As you may know if you have read my about me page, I am a stay at home mum. What isn’t on there is that I am also a Christmas Elf. I would not describe myself as being specific to any one religion, I can’t think of any that don’t have something positive to offer. I embrace what resonates with me irrelevant of it’s origin and I celebrate festivals and holidays that make me happy.
Christmas makes me happy. The song The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year sums it up for me. Positivity, family, gift giving, kindness, generosity with a generous sprinkling of festive decorations and fairy lights can’t be bad in my book.
So to celebrate Christmas I have decided to create a December Photo a Day list I’m calling The Christmas List with prompts that celebrate the festive nature of Christmas.
I thought about just doing Christmas photos, but I thought that maybe there might be other people who enjoy the festive season as much as I do and might like to join in.
If you do, I would love to see a link to your photos so I can see what you come up with. That way I can enjoy other people’s perspective on Christmas and I might even reblog a few that I love.
Even if it’s only me, at least I will have my prompts set out clearly. I am looking forward to it. I will post The Christmas List as soon as I get it organized.
I would love to hear your thoughts, feedback or ideas.
4 thoughts on “The Christmas List, December Photo Challenge”
There are so many great things about Christmas! Can’t wait to see your list, and I will definitely participate!
Great to hear! I have nearly finished the prompts and just need to get it on the computer. Some of them may require a bit of thinking. I will look forward to seeing your interpretations 🙂
I’d LOVE to join in. I don’t hv a blog or anything. Just FB & Instagram.
I’ll look forward to seeing your photos on Facebook (here’s the link to The Christmas List’s page – https://www.facebook.com/TheChristmasList) or on Instagram, just #thechristmaslist 🙂