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My guess is that you either love this time of year or hate it.  Despite the busyness and madness involved with shopping, I'll admit that I love it.  Yeah, you can call me sentimental (I am) or a born romantic (guilty as charged) but I find my heart softening (for which my family is thankful!) and my generosity increasing (for which certain charities are thankful!)

Which brings me back to why I'm posting today.  Yesterday, while cooking homemade soup ("oh, geez, here it comes!") and Pandora played Christmas songs (yes, I'm this cheesy!) I gazed out the kitchen bay window.  Grazing in the mist...(wait for it!) was a doe.  Honest!  I almost shouted, "On Donner and Blitzen!" It was a sensory shot of Christmas Cheer!

So how about you?  Do you love this season or loth it?

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Comment by J.E. Lowder on December 2, 2011 at 7:36am

Well stated, Patricia.  My wife has lost both parents so for her, the holidays are indeed bittersweet.  Hope you have a Merry Christmas despite such loss.

Comment by Patricia Gligor on December 2, 2011 at 7:29am

I guess you could say that I have mixed emotions about the season. I love the reminders of what Christmas stands for and the fact that people are more giving at this time of year but I'm not too crazy about all the commercialism. Also, this tends to be an extremely emotional time of year for most people. Again, that has positives and negatives.

All of life seems to be more pronounced during the season: the joys and the sorrows. This year is a sad Christmas for me because it's the first one without my Dad. I'm thankful though for all the past years when we spent Christmas together. I am truly blessed to have had him in my life all those years.

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