"Christmas is a reminder that we are not alone." My aunt shared this quote with me and it resonated within me. God touched humanity with Jesus---the greatest gift of all. Love came down at His birth. He provided a way to live with HOPE in the midst of despair. To have a FRIEND when… Continue reading We Are Not Alone
Several years back, my first Christmas as a single mom with my closest family members nine hours away was difficult, to say the least. By the next year, with a bit of experience, my coping skills had improved. On Christmas day, I booked a room at a hotel in a wonderful touristy town close to us. We… Continue reading A Blue Christmas?
This post was actually drafted in December last year and saved . I decided to post it anyway, although things have changed a bit. For the last several days, I have really enjoyed reading blogs from some amazingly creative women. Women like me who have children, love to decorate, lead a busy life, and who… Continue reading Tiny Home
Merry Christmas everyone. Be blessed.
Two days, and it will already be over. I hate to see Christmas come to an end. I absolutely love this time of year. After this, it's all a bit anti-climatic. But, ahead of us is a new beginning, a "clean slate" to borrow a cliche. And Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, and on… Continue reading Christmas Eve’s Eve
I really did. To take the kids someplace, just to get outside, away for a while. But my little home is a Christmas Wonderland, and I am quite reluctant to leave it. I guess I've made it too cozy, if that's possible. Well, I guess it's possible because I don't want to ever leave. And… Continue reading I Had Plans…