may your days be…

I was just looking at photos from last December, and I can’t believe how much snow we had last year at this time. This year, there has been next to nothing. Yesterday was a beautiful day, sunny and in the high 40s. Okay, I guess I should say it was beautiful for Upstate New York in December.

But, every year is different, isn’t it?

Yesterday I had a lazy Sunday. I can’t remember last time I did that.
My agenda consisted of running (for the first time in about six weeks!)
knitting on a Christmas stocking for the daughter of a friend,
signing Christmas cards, and sitting by the fire.

I have to say, it was wonderful and soothing and calming.
I thought about how much I need to do this more often.

Perhaps 2012 will be the year of lazy Sundays, we will see… at least
it sounds like an admirable goal, don’t you think?

I know that at some point I will feel the crunch of all the things
still yet to be done before Christmas gets here, but so far,
I am just floating along through this month,
enjoying the sights and the smells and the spirit.

I hope you have been able to do the same.

May your week be merry and bright….


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  • jo miller December 12, 2011 at 2:40 pm

    thank you, kelly. I enjoyed reading this. As a matter of fact, I was filled with a lovely feeling, of peace and hope. It seemed to me that this December has been most unusual in promoting this grand truth. xo

  • elk December 13, 2011 at 8:39 am

    wow this is a lovely photo … take care and yes i vote for the year of lazy Sundays!!

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