Merry Christmas to all my blogger friends who visit my blog. May your day be filled with new hope for a better world, love, peace, joy, and contentment.
This morning, I placed baby Jesus in Mary's arms to complete the nativity scene.
I especially remember in my prayers all those who are having some difficulty this Christmas, some are mourning the loss of their loved ones, some are sick, some are dyeing, some are homeless, some are without power after the storm, and some have nothing to eat, some are stranded and can't make it home, some are at war, some are keeping peace far away from home, some are unjustly imprisoned for what they believe in and for all those who suffer in silence because of injustice. Let us count our blessings with a grateful heart.
Today, my son Vaughan, George, and I will feast on our traditional Christmas dinner with all the trimmings and I'll be setting up the traditional puzzle to relax and count my blessings. A very quiet Christmas but blessed Christmas.
Stay safe and well my friends and thank you for your comments.