Category Archives: Christmas


“The truly rich person is the one who has a satisfied mind. The affluence of satisfaction comes from wisdom, not from external things.” Lam Yeshe, When The Chocolate Runs Out  It’s that season again. Rage seems to rule the roads … Continue reading

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A Letter To Santa

Dear Santa, I’m sure you don’t remember me.  The last time I wrote was just before my best friend in second grade, told me that you didn’t exist. I was horrified and when I asked my mom about it, she … Continue reading

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Christmas Wonderings, 2010

On Christmas Eve I had a wonderful conversation with my 7-year-old grandson, Noah.  The day before he had told my husband that he really didn’t like living in the small town where he’s growing up in western North Carolina.  “It’s … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays!

For the next week I will be taken up with family, my very special grandchildren, Santa Claus and all things Christmas. My wish for you and the entire world is to enjoy a Blessed Holiday Season and a New Year … Continue reading

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We’re having a snowy day.  All of the area schools are closed and the roads are said to be icy, making driving hazardous.  But this is not Minnesota and we’re only supposed to get 3 to 4 inches.  Just enough … Continue reading

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My Mother’s Christmas Tree

It is at this time of year, when it’s time to haul out the decorations, that my  heart is flooded with so many memories.  This little Christmas tree was made by my mother many years ago when I was in … Continue reading

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