This is the time of year in which I ponder. I give thanks for all that I have in my family, friends, for my health and good fortune. I then continue to ponder about all of those that do not have what I do and yes, I pray! Christmas is a very humbling day for me in it's purest way. While you are enjoying your day whatever your belief.Please take a moment out to give thanks for what you may have and wish/pray for the ones that don't!
Please let us all come togather and give thanks for what we have and to hope and pray for the better of all mankind around the world!
Not ominous, , Just pooped! We had a dozen children under 10 here last night and "Santa" had a lot of work to do.
Plus the fact that I "organized the cables" to the computer ('Canaletas') since I was forced out of my old working space! Oh what a good boy am I!!
So, all told, after 'working' most of the day--between trips to the supermarkets for last minute stuff--would you believe that there was no fresh parsley at Nacional or Pola????--and making the stuffing, baking the turkeys, making the salad dressing, greeting guests (14 'adults' and at least a dozen kids)....you can only imagine why the ..."and to all a Good Night!" Besides that was Santa's line from "A Night Before Christmas."
Hope everyone is having a good day. Be safe on the highways...