There are snowflakes on me today.
There are a lot of decorations that are down in our basement waiting to be wanted upstairs. I'm waiting for the verve to come my way. I know I'll have another burst of decorating zip.
Yes, I'm moving slow. Some December days don't feel as Christmasy as others.
I pulled Gladys Taber's Still Cove Journal off the shelf and turned to December:
"Princes and kings and warlords were spreading their power over the lands. What happened to their deeds? A few historians are knowledgeable about the Roman Empire. But by and large the rulers made no impact. The carpenter's son born in a manger came to speak in simple words to multitudes who listened. He talked about love and justice and brotherhood of man. And today all over the world, his message sounds as clearly as it did in the hills of Judea. When we light the candles in honor of his birth, our listening hearts fill with hope for peace and love and justice to come."
Every day in December bloggers
Granny Marigold: http://grannymarigold.blogspot.com/
Karen (Happy One): https://lifeisgood-smile.blogspot.com