Friday, December 25, 2015

Merry Christmas!


Merry Christmas, my friends!  I pray that your day will be a good one.

I will be taking my usual Christmas to New Year's break, although I may drop in with a couple of book reviews.  I have one or two that are running a little late.  Otherwise, it is that time of year to rest and be still and ponder and pray.

May you be filled with JOY, no matter what the circumstances.  For some this is the best Christmas ever!  For others, one they just want to get through... holding onto the faith and the hope and the grace of the Lord.

For all of us it is a time to have a renewal of the wonder of the Christmas Story.  Let it never become any less than the miracle it is.

7 comments:

Deanna Rabe said...

Merry Christmas, Brenda! Enjoy the day, and then your second Christmas! Hobbits are allowed to celebrate over and over again!

Thinking of you today, and thanking God for your friendship!


Love to you and your hubby.

Deanna

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas! Have a peaceful, enjoyable day--maybe a good book, some Chrisatmas tea, the lights glowing on the tree, and a Maine kitty on your feet. Blessings to you, Brenda, and your loved ones, Sharon D.

Keri said...

Merry Christmas to you, Brenda! Enjoy your time off!

Vee said...

Amen. I am glad to be getting to this week of relatively quiet...nothing to bake, nothing to wrap, nothing to purchase. Ahhhh... And everything to ponder. Enjoy your quiet week.

Deb said...

Hope you had a very Merry Christmas and that the New Year brings you many good things!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Brenda, hope you had a wonderful Christmas too!

We certainly did here - was way too busy - but the after time (now) is so serene and lovely.

I keep our Christmas decor up till Epiphany.

May your New Year be blessed with good health, laughter, love and peace. ♥♥♥

Deb said...

Hi Brenda, I'm just getting back into blogland after the holidays and wanted to wish you a very happy and healthy new year! I appreciate your little blog corner! Thank you!