Friday, November 28, 2008

'Tis the Season'

We came home from our Thanksgiving feast last evening with three extras, two cousins and a friend. The more the merrier this time of year.

Christmas has been in the stores, if not in the air, since before Halloween. Here in Boyville we don't, "Spit in Thanksgivings' face by decorating or playing Christmas music before the last piece of turkey and pumpkin pie is eaten," rather traditional and passionate is our #1.

With the last bite of pumpkin pie came misty, wintry weather for my morning walk. #1 put on Christmas tunes to digest our turkey by, so...

Welcome Christmas, we did not forgot our resolve to keep you always in our heart. Yet your presence is renewed as lights beckon, snow falls, bells' ringing start .

This year as we decorate, bake, shop, worship and party. We'll try really hard not to, 'spit in your face' by worrying about January. We pledge not to make a single goal until New Years Day. Nor entertain yearnings for warmer weather and sunny rays.

We will bask in nature, laid bare, then cloaked in crystals, moist and white. Gaze through wonder filled childhood eyes, smell, taste, pray, sing, hang a star, bright. We will relinquish our hold on having and doing, receive the spirit of being. That your abode in our hearts may grow a bit, your message, our joy in every season.


Octamom said...

The group nap pic is hilarious--and your sentiments are beautiful!


Mr. and Mrs. Nurse Boy said...

I love that picture as well! It is simply priceless. Here's hoping you will have a few more of those moments this Christmas season!

Mrs. Nurse Boy

Valerie aka Mamalovelock said...

I loved the napping boys!!

I thought maybe The Nativity, and so therefore our theme is the living Nativity. The kids can dress as a character and we will read the story and let them act it out. We will have a craft and snacks. Also all the families are to bring a small donation of food that our church will be packaging and giving out to the needy in the community.

Thanks for asking.

Anonymous said...

This is a beautiful post!

And speaking of beautiful; great minds think alike; we picked the same Christmas background. High five from me to you my friend. :o)


Our Family

Our Family