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Today and tomorrow are incredibly busy

Middle School playground

 

(photo: Lunchtime yesterday was a small bag of trail mix, doing nothing – just observing the students play at lunch.)

The Christmas ‘photo-card’ arrived. Addressed to Cheryl. A nice photo of the couple who sent it.

On the beautiful photo is a printed holiday message including the specific words, Merry Christmas.

Nice touch.

Would it have been more appropriate (to who’s standard) to use, Happy Holidays?

However if your life revolves around the birth, life, and death of Jesus, Happy Holidays falls flat.

Without any effort, a revelation.

How many years have we sent really nice cards?

Beautiful cards.

Sent to everyone we could think of.

Yet because there were so many, it was all we could do to get them addressed, let alone write something personal.

For all those years this was us. So sorry.

Merry Christmas.

(sorry for not being more personal… there’s a lot to do today) (and even more to do tomorrow)

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five different sites.

6 replies on “Today and tomorrow are incredibly busy”

Thanks Donna. Had to go back just now and re-read. Had read them earlier this morning and was too self-critical. Your kind and encouraging words made them seem different, better, the second time. Thank you for that.

Had to copy this and post on my wall.

However if your life revolves around the birth, life, and death of Jesus, Happy Holidays falls flat.

Is it coincidence that this blog should post just 2 weeks prior to what most Christians call another Holy Day? Easter is just around the corner. Thank you for reminding us about what is important. 🙂

David, it’s a pleasure and a joy to do this.
Christmas means nothing without Easter.
Easter, to some, is the most important day in the history of the world.

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