"Wake every day with a WINGED HEART and give thanks for another day of LOVING." (Khalil Gibran)

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Merry Christmas!

I wish for all of you a blessed Christmas full of laughter, joy, peace and love. If you do not celebrate Christmas, I wish you all the same!

Please pray for all of those who are suffering, lonely or feeling lost during this holiday season. Reach out to someone with a kind word or deed. There are so many people who spend Christmas alone with no one to wish them "Merry Christmas." My heart hurts for them, especially those who live in my apartment building (for seniors and disabled). Remember the reason we are celebrating and the lessons Christ taught about kindness, forgiveness and tolerance. No matter what your religious preference is, these attributes are so needed in this time of violence and suffering in the world. I pray for peace for all.

Thank you for the kindness you have all shown to me, for your support, and prayers. You have all made a difference in my life this past year and I am so grateful for each and every one of you.

As always, I wish you many blessings.

Merry Christmas, my friends!
Sally
Winged Heart

3 comments:

cliketyscrap said...

A very "Merry Christmas" to you Sally, and "Bless your wonderful Winged Heart". Pam, from New Zealand

babydoe said...

I was out of town visiting my son, DIL and grandson and just got home today. I hope your Christmas was as enjoyable as mine. I'm exhausted, but it was worth it. Now, after I go for my weekly visit to my Mom and Dad's tomorrow, I can rest up for a whole week before I HAVE to go anywhere. It was a beautiful (but chilly day for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, but very cold (upper 30s) and rainy day today for my drive home. Happy Holidays from Texas, Sally.

Chris Allport said...

Just popped in to wish you happy thursday after Christmas (I know there's no such thing but ...).

How are you keeping? Did you have a good Christmas with lots of presents?

My daughter and her fella and my son and his girlfriend came to visit and we had a great time.

My son brought his hamster with him as they couldn't leave him at home by himself for a whole week. He is so cute and runs all over the place, he gnaws on the bars when he wants to come out and play.