Hello Y’all! I hope you are doing well in your part of the world. Winter is here and Christmas is just around the corner. Can you believe we are already at the end of 2019? Its been so busy that I honestly have not had a minute since Thanksgiving to settle my thoughts and write a post. But like I always say, it’s better late than never…right? We are at the end of another year. There’s so much to do, with everything from office parties, dinners, ugly sweater Christmas parties, Carols, decorating, White Elephant gift exchanges, you name it, its all fun! Nothing beats being at home, carols playing, putting up the tree, with lots of laughter, wine or cocoa and the smell of something baking in the oven. I absolutely love the holidays!!
Being on the go most of the time, getting an opportunity to really rest and reflect – and I mean to zoom out of the mundane everyday hustle and bustle and look at things on a grand scale is rare. But with holidays like this, being able to unplug from the usual gives me time to think. The year has been great…along with a lot of weird things that I can’t quite explain. The other day, I was online and I saw a story about an eagle that had to be rescued from an Octopus. So the eagle (as usual) tried to snatch the sea creature out of a lake but that Octopus came prepared that day…hehehe. It wound its tentacles aka suction cups so tight around the eagle, the poor birdie couldn’t break free. I don’t exactly know what the Octopus was trying to do but the bird had to be rescued from some guys fishing in the area. I thought to myself…like what exactly is this world coming to? LOL
I feel like the end of the year should be a time of celebration and thankfulness but also a time to reflect. For me, it isn’t anything over the top hilarious but such simple things like being a better human being, not cursing as much ( and yes, I said ‘cursing’. If you live and drive in the Metroplex, it’s almost inevitable not to do so), to get better at forgiving and forgetting, practicing the art of patience, working out more, just to name a few.
The Things I Love About Christmas!!!
♦ Christmas Musicals
♦ Time Spent with Loved Ones and Family
♦ The Gift of Giving
♦ Christmas Décor
♦ The Food and the Festivities
As you enjoy the Christmas holiday, take time to soak it all in, to be thankful, to reflect on the year and to be expectant for the future. Make sure you spend it out and about or in with family and not do like Zellweger in the ‘Bridget Jones Diary’ movie – aka booze, eat, crash and repeat. Until I come your way again, be safe and have a wonderful celebration! See you in the New Year!!!