Twas the Night Before Christmas

Posted December 4, 2011 @ 5:02pm | by Kori Mortenson

Twas the Night Before Christmas

Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.

The children were sleeping without any cares, knowing that health will always be theirs.

While they were nestled all snug in their bed, even with visions of sugarplums in their heads,

They remembered the days of being not well, when sickness and disease was an everyday hell.

When Jimmy had colds and fevers each week, and Sally was so frail, tired and meek.

Billy was hyperactive and failed every test, and Mary was noted as the neighborhood pest.

Dad and mom lived with stress every day. While doctor bills piled up every month to pay.

Then last year they were invited to see, what a spinal check could show for free.

They see Dr. Kori and he told them a tale, of health from within and a way to stay well.

He talked of chiropractic and a medical difference, of either treating disease or correcting interference.

The family started getting regular chiropractic care, and now they do whatever they dare.

Now they are grateful for this wonderful feeling, where Doc moves the bone and innate does the healing.

They realize that Christmas is time for gratitude, thanks for their health, their life and new attitude.

Then in the den there rose such a clatter. Dad sprang to his feet to see what was the matter.

What he saw made him smile with a joyous glow.  There stood Santa, dripping with melted snow.

His grin was infectious as he laid the gifts down, his gait was alive, his love all around.

Dad asked him how he managed to be so spry, to be hauling the gifts and flying the sky.

He winked at Dad and wiggled his red ears, as he expressed, "I've been getting adjusted for 116 years."

"Always remember." He said with a smile, "Wellness is worth going the extra mile."

"Better to keep well than to wait to be sick. Chiropractic is what keeps me a young St Nick."

So Dad went to bed as Santa departed, knowing he will stay with what he had started.

Love family and friends unconditionally, and get the family adjusted quite regularly.

Surrender to the power of innate and make it all right, and Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!

 
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