Here’s to hoping that everyone had a wonderful Christmas. It’s been a while since I’ve had a good rant. So before the madness of the holidays fades too much, here goes . . .
Wishing everyone a Happy New Year! May 2020 bring you great joy, personal satisfaction and much health and happiness.
With all my heart, I wish you the best of the best.
May all your dreams come true.
May this day be filled with joy. May you be surrounded by loved ones and feel Him near you.
Let the peace and love of this Holy-Day Season fill us all from this day forward.
Merry Christmas Everyone!
Throughout the Christmas Season, we are bombarded with images that have so little to do with what is important in the grand scheme of things. Big ticket items and rushing about to be the first on the block with the latest electronic whatever. So much of Christmas is lost in the process.
Leading up to Christmas Day, I kept hearing the same thing from my home health nurse, from my doctor and most of all from my family. Don’t over do it. I’m only now reaching the half-way point in healing process from open heart surgery. The only restriction that remains (besides stretching and bending) is the “don’t over do” rule. What does that mean exactly? Is spending three hours wrapping little presents over doing it? I baked 20 dozen cookies in a week. Is that too much? I made so many appetizers and goodie platters, we ran out of room in the back of the car. Is that too much? I made candy tins for give away stocking stuffers with five different kinds of candies. Again, too much?