There is so much I’m not getting to do this Christmas that are normally part of my Holiday Spirit. But, this quote sums up how I feel. I get to be with my family. I am loved. I have so many people I love. Christmas will be a happy time even if all the packages and bows aren’t here.
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I love listening to A Christmas Carol this time of year. I try to listen to it on Audible at least twice , if not more. If you haven’t read it or listened to it, so it now! It’s a treasure trove of holiday cheer.
This is oddly true of parts of grief, and seemed fitting for this weekend.
I’m am thankful today that grief isn’t wrong, but I think must be God’s kindness to us in this fallen world. Without grief the loss of things would be hollow, empty, and cheap. With grief they gain a cherished respect.
Many human beings say that they enjoy the winter, but what they really enjoy is feeling proof against it. -Richard Adams, Watership Down
I do love the cold, but I love fires, candles, cozy blankets, sweaters, soups, and got drinks. I love all the things that go with it. 😁
I love the simple, even ordinary, beauty to this post. Bring home is the best place to be.
Just to continue with my Autumn theme. Can you tell how happy it makes me???
This sounds like a lovely place to be! Happy Autumn everyone!
We’ve had over two weeks of gloriously fall like weather. Yes, it’s going to warm up, but I’m so thankful for the reminder that summer will end, and cool air will come back!
How wonderful is this? This is why I write dark stories, and this is why I always have heroes and happy endings.