Weekend Reflections 12/3

Looking outside…it’s cold and cloudy with a chance of snow.Listening…to Christmas music. My new favorite? Pentatonix’s That’s Christmas to Me. Beautiful. Go listen now. It’s ok. I can wait…Loving…this Christmas season. It’s time for some Christmas magic. I think this country needs is desperately.Thinking…that I have things to do.In my kitchen…a cup of hot chocolate right now. Wearing…blue BSU pajamas, gray turtleneck and fuzzy gray socks.Hoping…that we find some answers and a path for moving forward in opening our own practice. There is a maelstrom of feelings associated with taking this step: fear, hope, trepidation, excitement, terror, faith…Reading…nothing that is finished yet! But I wrote about banning books on Facebook. It was in response to a Virginia school district temporarily banning To Kill a Mockingbird and Huckleberry Finn because one parent complained about racial slurs. I think my post came out well. Read it and tell me what you think?Today…household chores, never ending laundry and an office Christmas lunch.Quoting…“My idea of Christmas, whether old-fashioned or modern, is very simple: loving others. Come to think of it, why do we have to wait for Christmas to do that?” ― Bob HopeFeeling…So tired. So very, very tired.Planning…figuring out what we are doing for Christmas: budgets, gifts.  Gratitude…for my fireplace, a warm home and a wonderful family. From my world… Our family nativity returned. This year three dinosaurs, 2 K-9, a crocodile named Boudreaux,  a scorpion, a lizard, baby Groot and Hobbes all want to worship the baby Jesus along with three wisemen and a purple minion. Carnivores, foreigners, plants, little monsters, insects and reptiles: we’re an all inclusive family! Merry Christmas.What about you? What are you reflecting on this week? How has your week gone?©Holly B. of 2 Kids and Tired Books 2007-2014 All rights reserved. If you’re reading this on a site other than 2 Kids and Tired Books or 2 Kids and Tired Books Feed, be aware that this post has been stolen and is used without permission.

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