Tis the Season!

 

Merry Christmas!                           Happy Holidays!

                          christmas-tree-2012

May this wondrous season be kind to us all

and my peace rule in all our hearts.

 

 candles

           

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24 thoughts on “Tis the Season!

  1. Dan Antion

    Merry Christmas Pam. I was trying to see when I connected with you. In doing so, I unfollowed and quickly refollowed. It doesn’t matter. I enjoy reading your quips and poems and other posts very much. I wish you all the best in 2017 and I look forward to stopping here on a regular basis.

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  2. Mark Lanesbury

    Thank you for your blessings Pam, and returned in kind my friend.
    Have a beautiful time, may each snowdrop (on your page here, or in reality), be a friend’s and families love visiting from near and far.
    Have a great day 😀 ❤

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  3. Kevin Glachan

    > Merry Christmas Butterfly Sand > > Thank You for the Christmas Wishes, very nice, Thank You, > But now I have a favour to ask, and I hope your response is true, > I’m sending you a poem that I wrote, and would like to get your opinion please, > It’s kind of a poem – song you’ll see, about living with a disease. > > Enough of that

    > Merry Christmas > Kevin

    Two-Feet, or Not Two-Feet

    That would be De-Step-tion

    Life grants us promise, and we wish for it to be,

    A stronger and more balanced life, one that’s wished for us all to see,

    But, with De-Step-tion, time can stumble and make you fall,

    And sadly life’s promises, they receive a busy signal when they call.

    To roll or to stroll, we all need to get there,

    Whether it is with our own movement, or whether it’s with assisted care,

    Turn De-Step-tion around, and try to clear the Re-Step-tion,

    For, “Two-Feet or Not Two-Feet,” shouldn’t even be in question.

    Unfortunately call-waiting, it isn’t always a luxury to us all,

    But with proper maintenance, alternative services might redirect the call,

    Use modified connections, to establish control for a brighter day,

    Defuse faulty signals, and redirect life’s promises another way.

    Once you’ve found the connections, to help you get from here to there,

    New found freedoms surface, in what was once a time of despair,

    Take those newly found connections, and explore new promises with faith,

    And don’t let De-Step-tion fool you, that it is winning the race.

    To roll or to stroll, we all need to get there,

    Whether it is with our own movement, or whether it’s with assisted care,

    Turn De-Step-tion around, and try to clear the Re-Step-tion,

    For, “Two-Feet or Not Two-Feet,” shouldn’t even be in question.

    A growing amount of new connections, can surely be found within,

    De-Step-tion may be a term that fools you, into believing that it is the end,

    The end of a dream once cherished, standing tall without any De-Step-tion,

    Just remember it’s never too late to, re-establish a clearer Re-Step-tion.

    To roll or to stroll, we all need to get there,

    Whether it is with our own movement, or whether it’s with assisted care,

    Turn De-Step-tion around, and try to clear the Re-Step-tion,

    For, “Two-Feet or Not Two-Feet,” shouldn’t even be in question.

    Kevin Glachan

    De-Step-tion – deception

    Re-Step-tion – reception

    > >

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  4. Kevin Glachan

    Thank You Pam, and a Very Merry Christmas to you,

    Now:) sorry Pam, but the most cherished gift to me this Christmas would be your professional opinion on a poem-song that I wrote. Be as straight foreward and as hard as you can.

    Best Wishes Kevin

    >

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