Merry Christmas to each and every one of you! I'm so glad you've popped in. Whatever led you here, you're most welcome.
I couldn't have had a nicer Christmas present than to find my article, Why I Choose to be Alone at Christmas, featured by the Huffington Post. Seems the article really hit a nerve! And if you too have chosen to be alone at Christmas...well, you're not. Consider yourself cyber hugged. Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and let's chat. There are more of us out here than we care to admit!
This has been an exciting week! Our bichon frise doggy, Delly, decided that bichons have a lot to say and need a voice! Introducing...Delly the Blogging Bichon! Read her woofs here...and follow her on Facebook! Who knew she had such a sense of humor!
This month also wraps up the first year of fundraising I've done for my darling husband, Michael. He's courageously fighting an ultra-rare lung disease called Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis. Click here to see our TV interview and, if you're able, please help us reach our goal so we can afford a lung lavage (wash) to remove the excess lung proteins that threaten to drown my best friend, biggest fan and loving husband. Even $5 means the world to us! And if you can't do that, SHARE the fundraiser on social media. Thanks!
This Christmas, we're grateful for the birth of our Savior because, as C.S. Lewis wrote in Mere Christianity, “The Son of God became a man to enable men to become sons of God."
Merry Christmas to all. And in the words of Tiny Tim, "God bless us, every one."