Thursday, 23 December 2010

Christmas Greetings

Hereabouts we are not dreaming of a white Christmas...we've got it already...we're actually dreaming about a thaw....please, pretty please....but seriously there is something particularly wonderful about our landcape at the moment and we are enjoying sparkling sunshine most days for a few hours. Generally our Christmas is very mild and we can get about with no problems...this has not been the case for a while now but we are learning to cope with these unexperienced conditions. Our homes are not geared up for sub-zero temperatures and lots of folks have no water and frozen pipes which will make for a miserable time over the holidays. Plumbers are working long, long hours to try and cope with the amount of call-outs. Given that the night time temperatures have reached -18.5 the roads are treacherous and we have only been driving when necessary..on our motorways we have only one lane open in each direction!!
Despite all this it almost Christmas and I wish you and yours the best time possible and everything you would wish yourself for the New Year. Particularly in our thoughts are those who live alone, and those who for various reasons Christmastime will not bring health or happiness. We commit them to Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ - the Babe of Bethlehem who showed us what true love really is.


  1. Your card is so lovely, Joyce! You have created it in such a beautiful hand - truly an art. Thank you so much for your Christmas wishes and I wish you and yours all the joys of Christmas, too. Hopefully, you will be warm and surrounded by your loved ones.

  2. LOVE it Joyce.I remember getting an enve from you in the mail and it was sooo very pretty that I could not throw it away.Your writing is an artform all by itself.Merry Christmas Joyce.
    Pam R
    miblue1 GW

  3. Oh dear the weather is terrible isn't it!! My poor mum in the UK has had enough....she says!!!! Hope they store the water when the snow thaws!!! Happy Christmas!