We had a very strange Christmas day today, but life is sometimes strange. This is just a quick post to wish a very Merry Christmas to all of my readers who celebrate it, from all of us here in our little abode: Me, Dr. Leah and the two fuzzballs, Peanut and Squeaker. That’s Peanut on the left, and Squeakie on the right, modeling their holiday finery. I also have a special holiday gift for you all.
Leah’s mother and brother were the only ones able to join us to celebrate, but we had a lovely time in the time we had together. Last nights’ candlelight Christmas Eve service at UUSO was a moment of serenity in a busy few days, and a highlight of our all-too-brief family gathering. Leah’s mother and brother both joined Leah in singing with the choir, helping provide the beautiful music we were able to hear. Leah sang a solo version of the Appalachian carol, I Wonder as I Wander, and our holiday gift to all of you readers is the recording I made of her performance. Just click on the link to hear it.
May your holidays, and all your days, be filled with magic and grace.