Newly widowed Kathy plans to skip out on decking the halls and trimming the tree this Christmas, trying to avoid anything that will bring back memories of her late husband. The only Christmas tradition she will observe is baking cookies for her friends, a passion since she was a child. When Kathy meets handsome Christmas tree shop owner Tim, their undeniable chemistry - along with an ornament Tim gives her that symbolizes hope-helps Kathy open up to the joys of the season again. With the support of her best friend Jenna, and the budding relationship with Tim, Kathy begins to embrace the hopeful message of the ornament. Although Kathy wants to take a chance on Tim, she struggles to find the balance between preserving the memory of her husband and moving on with her own future. Is the Christmas ornament a sign that she can have a hopeful future? Written by
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Eventhough it's Christmas, the trees in the streets still have most of their leafs. See more
Tim tells Kathy that he was first attracted to her when they first met, when he saw her place upright a small angel ornament on a table in his gift shop so that it would not fall off the table. When Kathy straightened the ornament, Tim was not in the gift shop, and based on the setup of the store there is no way he could have seen her do it through the window of the store even if he was just outside. See more
References Sesame Street
Isn't Christmastime a Wonderful Thing?
Written by: Joe Lervold
& Lisa Aschmann
Performed by: Carla Helmbrecht with The Joel Evans Quartet
Courtesy of Cinemasters and Imaginary Friends Music Partners See more