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Anybody who thinks the grass is greener needs to take off their rose-colored glasses (1 Corinthians ).
“If a Christmas movie we made distracted you from a hard day and made you feel good, or made your kids laugh, that’s something anyone can be proud of.” Yes, you can have a Christmas movie with time travel in it and make it work — Lifetime proved that with “Kristin’s Christmas Past.” For those who’ve wished they could go back to the worst day of their life and make some changes, this is the movie for you. ) A lot of women dated that guy in high school who they thought was “the one” when they should’ve picked the boy next door, and that’s what makes “Holiday High School Reunion” so relatable.
The only downside is Georgia, played by Rachel Boston (RIP “Witches of East End”), has to somewhat relive high school, which means dealing with mean girls and embarrassing teachers (two things we all wish we could forget), but she pulls through and gets her man.
If you’re a fan of “Little Women,” then you’ll love “The March Sisters at Christmas.” A retelling of the Louisa May Alcott classic novel, this movie follows the story of four sisters who work to repair the family home so their parents don’t have to sell it, all while balancing conflict, romance and even power tools. There are two life lessons I took away from this movie: Having grown up in a state where it can hit 80 degrees on Christmas day, I can totally respect the setting of “Christmas on the Bayou.” What I also can respect is how great this movie is for families.
Others of us form cliques with similarly unbetrothed saints, marking time as two by two, couples pair up and split away.
After the church service, after a fun dinner at a great restaurant, after driving home alone, it's never fun walking into an empty house by yourself, is it?
Your pastor throws in token references to singles in his sermon, the singles Sunday School class gets yet another teacher, and almost every week some kindhearted grandmother asks, "Are we seeing anyone lately?
Cheri and Tony are the adorable pair we all love to see end up together, fighting and nitpicking while battling it out to see whose tree will reign supreme.
Nothing says Christmas romance more than two people who “can’t stand each other” competing in a contest. Now that that’s out of my system, “A Very Merry Daughter of the Bride” plays off the mother-daughter relationship we all know too well, especially when you’re not a fan of Mom’s new boo.