The jolly season is upon us, but I am getting this sinking feeling that its not going be as merry as past Christmases. The faltering economy for one just could not be any worse... and the anti- christian rhetoric of a lot of hubbers threatens to erase the good feelings one typically shows during this time of the year. When the basic axiom of the season is "goodwill to all men", it's really hard to show goodwill to anyone who has the temerity to question the verity, the dignity, and the gravity of one's faith.
I got most of my shopping around Black Friday, so that saved money and should reduce the stress later. Now I am trying to get my Christmas cards out and publish gift hubs that I have been thinking about for months, which is increasing stress. Next I will try to get together with close friend, and then immediate family for the Christmas weekend. Happy Holidays to you!
99% of my gifts are already purchased, wrapped, and resting happily under the tree! Now I can breathe a sigh of relief and really enjoy the next couple of weeks - especially if we can get Brooklynn well and out of the hospital.
habee has the right idea- thinking of those who are ill.
I am just stressed, no presents bought, cards on the table unwritten, mother not organised, the only thing I can say with certainty is "I ordered the Turkey"
Wish I could live in a model family where everyone went out on christmas eve morning with a smile on their face and bring home the booty!
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