It's a bit unusual for us here as it rained all morning, up to about 10:00am, well so much for the changing weather systems and patterns today.
But anyway, I just wanted to send some warm Christmas Greetings your way.
We sometimes debate on the history of Christmas, but you know what, we have come to embrace it as a time of reflection, family, caring and sharing.
And so, I wish for you all that, and more!
I'd just add though that while we come to expect that feel good feeling, let's commit to make someone else's Christmas, especially those who are less fortunate than us, whether financially, health, emotionally, family etc, and they are everywhere.
And remember, it doesn't have to be money or gifts, but perhaps just a card or an unexpected phone call. Trust me, it will make their day and nothing in life is more gratifying than giving.
So I wish you a fantastic time! I certainly will be having a good time as tomorrow, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day I will be with family. I am oh so looking forward to that.
By the way, I have some sorrel brewing on the stove right now, got it in the market yesterday, I am looking forward to that too :-)
So anyways, cheers to you and yours at this special time, and all best for the new year!
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