If you have been following my recent posts, you already know that we had a ball visiting a mall. Usually I don’t like malls. There are too many people, the excess of merchandise makes me dizzy, and the parking lots are always full. I prefer small stores where I know the owner of the place. The customer service is more personalized, if you know what I mean.
To my surprise, our visit to Albrook Mall was a most enjoyable experience. We spent more than six hours walking every inch of this colossal structure. My wife was content with her beloved grandnephews, and I was having a marvelous time with my Birthday camera.
Below are some of the pictures at the mall which depict different aspects of our stay there. The children were the focus of our attention. Children grow so fast, it’s a wise thing to spend as much time as you possibly can, with them before they fly away and build another nest. We never had any children, so being near them is always a blessing from the Good Lord.
“Let the children come to me.” Here we go.
I love Christmas flowers. Christmas flowers are the popular flowers used during the festive season of Christmas. In many countries, flowers and plants form a major part of the Christmas decoration.
Poinsettia, Christmas cactus, holly, Christmas rose, ivy, mistletoe, etc., add color to the festive decoration. Some of them bloom during December or Christmas.
The ancient Aztecs (the ruling tribe in central Mexico at the time of contact with Europe) prized the poinsettia as a symbol of purity. Centuries later, Mexico’s early Christians adopted the poinsettia as their prized Christmas Eve flower. The Mexican poinsettia, known as the Christmas Flower in North America, is used in most Christmas decorations, owing to its bright red color and its blooming season coinciding with the Christmas holiday season.
The core essence of Christmas is Love. That’s why He came here for. As you can see, children are very close to our hearts. Good Day.