Friday, December 21, 2007

Merry Christmas

I'm really exhausted tonight. Too much reveling yesterday. Picking up my work from the Albany Shaker Museum this morning and then the dreaded Christmas shopping. So this post will be short and sweet, with Christmas right around the corner and the absence of time for blogging and sleeping I will share Christmas related work and Christmas wishes.

Today I heard Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas by Sinatra. It reminded me how lucky we are to have the people we have in our lives today and the memories of the people we had in our lives yesterday. So might I wish a Merry Christmas to all of the bloggers I know today and the bloggers I will know of the future. Hold your loved ones tight and my special blessings to all of you who are dealing with the illness of a loved one or the recent loss of someone dear. It never goes away but it gets easier and the more loss you have the more you appreciate what you have. God Bless Your or a universal blessing. You are not alone.


dianeclancy said...

Thank you for your wishes!! They are returned multiplied!

What a good reminder to count our blessings. This blogging is a nice reminder we are not alone!

~ Diane Clancy

Sherry said...

Counting Blessings is a daily must...but especially at this time of year. May the magic of the holidays stay with you all year long and with wishes for only the best of everything in the coming year.


Anonymous said...

What a beautiful post! There are blessings all around us, and so often I forget that. Thank you for the reminder.

I hope you have a Christmas that is full of love, peace and beauty!!
I am so thankful I found your blog.

tangled stitch said...

Thank you for your well wishes and I hope that you have a truly blessed Christmas with the people you love.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Eileen and Diane I'd love to add your blogs as a link, let me know if it's ok.

Anonymous said...

And what a lovely wish it is. Thanks for visiting my blog. I love the piece you use as your portrait!! Susie