Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Thoughts, pondering and questions about your Christmas...

I hope your Christmas was nice, I wish someone you spoke to, saw made you feel special on this day. I wish no one was alone today but if you were, I hope you felt the presence of God or of someone because Lord knows how difficult it is to be alone on Christmas. cry

My Christmas was great, I was with people I love, good friends, awesome friends, people I adore and I saw and spent quality time with my family. smile The best present was the presence of people I cherish with my whole heart and I did get some great "material" present too... mrgreen A gift card to my favorite store (Yipee), the Schindler's list DVD movie, a mug set with cats on it, and some blank Cd's and cases but the most precious thing in my eyes is the love, presence of people and the amazing feeling of happiness, peace and being alive and healthy. How was yours? What did you do? What presents did you enjoy the most???

On this day, please have a thought for those who are sad, depressed, alone, who are abused, who are in jail, who are in countries where there's war. Have a thought for the homeless... Let's be thankful for what we have and if you can, do something to share the love... Adopt a family for the holidays, donate to a shelter, spent time visiting elder people... I'm trying to do these things because I am very lucky to live this happiness... I'm not trying to lecture anyone, just suggesting... If someone has other suggestion, let me know k? mrgreen

Again, Merry Christmas and may the Love and Light of Jesus's birth bring peace and happiness to you and yours!

Much love!!!!

3 comments:

Open Grove Claudia said...

I got the prima donna bra and the panties. Nanny nanny nanny! ;) They are so beautiful. It's a complete splurge, but so worth it!

I think we need to hold people in our prayers: the depressed, the abuse, people in prison, the families of people in prison, etc - every single day, not just Christmas. That's just me.

liturgy said...

“In Mary God has grown small to make us great.”
St. Ephrem (d. 373)

Christmas blessings from one Christian blog to another
Bosco Peters
http://www.liturgy.co.nz

No Nonsense Girl said...

Claudia, how cool!!!! I can imagine how beautiful they are!!! :::pouts::::

I agree with you, not just on christmas, but every day of the year.

Thanks a lot Bosco!!!