So. Thanksgiving flew around the corner this year! Now, Christmas Eve is upon us and Christmas is on Thursday. Wow! For the life of me, I’ll never know where this year went. But it did. Each month pushed in so quickly, I scarcely remember one from the other. Except, of course, tax season. Who can forget that time of year? Not me.
And…for the record, it’s rained in my neck of the woods for two straight days, which has barely let up. I’d rather have some of that white stuff known as snow. Snow and the silence that comes with it. Beautiful.
I realize so many have been bombarded with snow, this year especially, and my heart goes out to them. Still, this rain is abundant. Enough already. My footsteps squish when I walk across the yard. Nasty.
The year has also been a blessing in countless ways. We gained another ten months with my precious ninety-two-year old Mom. The holidays aren’t the same without her sweet smile around. She remains in my heart.
Housing, food, and clothing are a blessing, and I pray for those who are less fortunate.
The last few days have been filled with cooking, baking and more cooking. We’ll have dinner at our house tonight and open gifts. Christmas morning, we share breakfast with the kids after they open the rest of their gifts. Mostly for the grandson. Christmas is for kids and I love watching my grandson’s face, as he appreciates each and every gift.
I hope your tree is decorated and brings you happiness.
May your Christmas be fabulous and filled with love, peace and joy.
A Smoky Mountain Christmas Wedding – Book Two, coming soon.
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