What Do You Most Want For Christmas?

With Christmas around the corner, kids aren’t the only ones on their best behavior. This week’s online poll question is: “What do you most want for Christmas?” Be sure to leave your thoughts in the comments section after voting.

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Anonymous
on Dec 18, 2013

I am a cancer patient and been fighting for almost 11 years so I am thankful for this season and Christmas, hoping I can be here for next Christmas.

Anonymous
on Dec 18, 2013

I love spending time with my family and it is harder since my girls live 3 and 8 hours from me. But I would also like a new chute and a good manure spreader :)

Anonymous
on Dec 18, 2013

Family is certainly best, but "peace" on earth and good sense and a commitment to true freedom in Washington DC would also be wonderful.

Anonymous
on Dec 18, 2013

Family is extremely important but we can't over look "Peace on Earth and Good Will towards Man"

Anonymous
on Dec 18, 2013

I am thankful for family and friends during this blessed season of the year, and throughout the year as well.

But what I would really love to see is to get rid of all of the Washington DC stupidity that we see throughout the year. One term for everyone in political office, and limit Congress to 6-8 months of service, and send them home.

MAH in Georgia

on Dec 16, 2013

Really not a tough question just a little tricky. Most certainly Family will always be a place first. My wife and I have 8 children and 9 Grand-Children and cherish every moment we have together. But on flip side of this question would be the answer which comes in a tie and that would health and Peace. I feel that without a strong Family bond that the two on the flip side would be difficult to achieve. And with this I wish each and everyone a Merry Christmas and May God Bless each and everyone of us......And a Happy New Year!

Anonymous
on Dec 13, 2013

With the children grown and married now - I feel we never get enough family time since we live in Colorado and both our kids' families live in central Nebraska. Priorities definitely change over the years.

Anonymous
on Dec 13, 2013

Following my divorce from my wife of 33 years, my daughters want nothing to do with me. Seeing my grandchildren is a rare and precious thing. I am now married to the most wonderful woman, and have come to realize this is what married life should be like. My mother and brothers love my new wife, but my daughters remain distant even though I'm happier than I've ever been. Even my doctors are amazed at how low my blood pressure has become the past couple of years. I just wish I could see my grandkids and give them great big hugs!

Anonymous
on Dec 13, 2013

I think that the shared time is critical for family structure and love. Sure there are "things" we would like to have but a hug from a family member outweighs any other considerations for me.

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