It's Christmas Eve, and I thought I would post a quick mention of the season. Â I've never really liked Christmas in the past, mostly because I had worked Retail for years, and hated the rush and the frustration that came with the season. Â As such, it has never been much of an important season for me. Â But now, with two little ones, Christmas has become more important to me. Â It's a time to see the children get excited, to see them run and jump and try to get their excitement out. Â It's a time for remembering why we have family, and what they mean to us.For my son who is Autistic, this is a trying time, but he's getting better with it. Â He loves the lights, and we have a Snoopy lawn light display set up in the front room because he loves it so much. Â He also enjoys the presents, more in seeing how they can be stacked than what they are. Â It's good, because it means that he won't spend a lot of time trying to unwrap them, and leaves them alone. Â He also tends to be more obedient at this time of year, listening to what we need of him.Anyway, I hope you all enjoy the season. Â Remember your family at this time of year, and enjoy your time with your own family. Â Start a tradition, like driving around to look at Christmas lights, go to a production of the Nutcracker, A Christmas Carol, or other Holiday favorites. Â Or maybe, just maybe, spend the time as just your family at home, reading the Christmas story from your chosen sacred text.Have a Merry Christmas everyone!