All I Want For Christmas

Have you ever seen Jack Frost? I don’t mean the one about the father that turns into a snow man or the lad from Rise of the Guardians. I’m talking about the Christmas classic that usually comes on during the 25 Days of Christmas on ABC Family. In the movie, the town was very poor. However, Jacks snow brought wealth to the people. They’d cut ice and use it as currency until spring. The ice money was not used for Christmas gifts. Instead, they’d pass around a rapt gift and imagined it was something they always wanted. As a kid I thought this was silly. Now, I see it was a way to make sure that people weren’t disappointed. This small scene inspired me to think about things I want this year.

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