So the gifts all magically got finished in time, and the recipients showed much gratitude. Christmas was nice. It is always a bit different now that Grandma is not here, but it was a good Christmas - low-key and nice that way. It is almost the new year and I feel like I should have… Continue reading 2006 in Review – Sorta
O little town of BethlehemHow still we see thee lieAbove thy deep and dreamless sleepThe silent stars go byYet in thy dark streets shinethThe everlasting LightThe hopes and fears of all the yearsAre met in thee tonightFor Christ is born of MaryAnd gathered all aboveWhile mortals sleep, the angels keepTheir watch of wondering loveO morning… Continue reading O little town of Bethlehem
I so knew that this whole “I’m going to make ‘things’ for Christmas gifts” idea would totally come back to bite me. Five days! I have five days left. I am so freaking out.
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I’m really not ignoring the site. I’ve just been a little busy and a little bit on the sick side. I’m really not loving how the cold weather makes me feel just so blah & yucky. I of course have all of my usual excuses as well; busy with work, trying to meet deadlines, family… Continue reading No Really I Have an Excuse
Do you know how good it felt to not post for two whole days? Yeah, well it was kinda nice. See I knew I couldn’t keep up with the daily post through the month of December, but more power to those of you who are. Instead of worrying about posting every frickin’ day, I have… Continue reading While I was Avoiding the Internet…
“Around forty million people are living with HIV throughout the world - and that number increases in every region every day. In the UK alone, more than 60,000 people are living with HIV and more than 7,000 more are diagnosed every year. Ignorance and prejudice are fuelling the spread of a preventable disease. World AIDS… Continue reading Do Something Red