Monday, December 29, 2014

Christmas comes again by Barbara edwards

The Holidays offer so much it’s exhausting.I love to decorate, but the day comes when ll those light strings, lawn ornaments, tree balls and the manger need to be packed away. I wait until 12th Night. 
For some reason the arrival of the Three Wiseman days after the birth of Jesus and the visit form the shepherds gives me the mot hope for the new year. They traveled hundreds of miles for months to see a child who promised a bright future.
What could be more wonderful?
My family spends christmas Eve together. It is also a promise. Someone always says I’ll do this next year and we joke about whose house is too small or the food too different.
During the season we’ve helped my son with the tree farm to decorate wreathes for sale, dressed as Mr and Mr Claus to entertain the kids and sold thousands of trees. yes, I did say thousands.
So it’s close to time to pack away the memories. File them under sweet and sad since not everyone made it home.

As I sort and wrap, I remind myself. There is another Christmas next year.And it’s going to be at my house.
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Blurb: Heather Green will do anything to make her twin’s wedding perfect. Despite an impending nor’easter, she sets out with the wedding dress, cake, favors and cake topper in her car. As the snow piles up, her car is wrecked and she barely misses injury in a major accident.Nicholas Burnes would rather be ensconced with his latest cuddle than drive a tow truck, but his brother needs his help. He reluctantly agrees to help Heather find a way to the wedding locale, but when the storm closes the roads, he ends up offering her shelter in his penthouse.Warm and rested at last, Nick and Heather explore their powerful attraction to each other, only to part when he delivers her, on time, to her sister’s wedding. But weddings breed weddings…

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Margo Hoornstra said...

Promise and hope. Two very special things. Our Christmas was/is a lot like yours, chaos and calm. Love your manger. Merry Christmas!

Jannine Gallant said...

As I look around my house and think about taking down all the decorations, I squash the inclination. Not yet! Everything looks too pretty. Happy New Year!

Leah St. James said...

How fun to dress up as Mrs. Claus! (I'd like to try that one year.) :-) Happy New Year!

Barbara Edwards said...

Hi Margo,
The best part of Christmas is family and friends. I love it.

Barbara Edwards said...

Hi Jannine,
I don't want to take anything down but they would be really dusty by next Novemeber.

Barbara Edwards said...

Hi Jannine,
I don't want to take anything down but they would be really dusty by next Novemeber.

Barbara Edwards said...

We do that for the tree farm. I love the way the kids react.