Here we go Christmas.

Why are there always ten thousand sides to this holiday.

Don’t forget to tell them the Jesus story, too, she said.

Geez.  Us.

So far teaching Rudolph, snowflakes on the horizon,

suddenly I’m back trying to remember those beautiful words from Sunday school

and an angel of the Lord came before him.

Definitely as worthwhile as Jingle Bell Rock (they are really cute when they sing that).

And the glory of the Lord shone around him.

It’s the time of year to be the person you want to be, know you can be the rest of the year when you fuck-up and forgive yourself or don’t,

it’s the time of the year, you don’t need to hear this from me, to think about the people you love.

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2 thoughts on “Here we go Christmas.

  1. I've been tracking down a good ESL version of the old "Night Before Christmas" poem for my young adult students here at the seminary.I agree.I don't really miss Christmasas much as treasure all that ithas been for me growing up.Do miss that first gentle snow, tho.I enjoy you blog.

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