Have you ever seen those crazy images where they open up the head and look inside to see what's there?  With the approach of the holidays, I know I've reverted to my childhood.  Admittedly, I'm not a young woman in years but I'm definitely one at heart.
My home is decorated with the hodgepodge of decorations I love to see this time of year.  I'm a Christian and I definitely celebrate Jesus. 
While I decorate, the house looks like an explosion in a Christmas factory. 
My three trees have themes of all santas, snowmen, angels and small nativity type ornaments.  I have the Santa figurines that I've collected over the years all over my house and my yard sparkles with lights - more tasteful white in the front with my blow up nativity while snowmen and Santa twinkle in the back where I can see it through my french doors and light lookers can see it from the street.  I read a reference to someone being attracted to the tacky lights but I can assure you I don't do tacky and putting together a beautiful presentation in the yard does take thought.  :)
For me, it's a season of giving. I learned today that my shoeboxes went to kids in Ecuador and Jordan.  Then I found another worthwhile charity, Comfort Socks.  They provide socks to the homeless.  Last year I was deeply moved by an incident and determined I would find a way to make a difference this year.  I was thrilled to find them on the internet.  
I am thankful to God for the gift of His son.  I believe He's my salvation and thank him for the joy I feel during this holiday season. 
So out of my head and heart, I say to you have a blessed, Merry Christmas. Give God a place in your heart and He will provide you with love that will surpass anything you can ever imagine. 
However you celebrate, have a Merry Christmas!!!