Merry Christmas


It is Christmas morning at last. Santa has gone home. The reindeer are back in their stables. The cookies and milk have all been eaten. Children across the world are running down stairs and through houses to see what Santa has brought for them. Thanks are being given. Hugs exchanged. Families gathered. Churches filled. Food prepared. And meals enjoyed.

Merry Christmas everyone.

It is that time of year when we start thinking about the next one. Personally, I have decided that I will work less so that I can get more things done that I really enjoy and spend more time with the people I love. I have many dreams like everyone else and wish to find a way to make them realities. I love my work. This is part of the reason I work so much. I love working. But I need to refocus on some things that are being forgotten in my life. Things that have become slightly overshadowed by my borderline work-a-holic tendencies. I also want to write and to read. And I haven’t had time for that.
All hopefully in a way that will continue to jump start my career. Do you have dreams like this as well? Do you ever feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day?

Thank you to all my readers and followers. I love you all dearly and am anxious to treat you all to more interesting if not amusing posts in the coming year.

Until soon,
Maggie B

One thought on “Merry Christmas

  1. sbogdanoff says:

    I look forward to reading more of what you have to say, & yes I also have dreams of wanting to find more time to reflect & to write my thoughts. As 2012 begins I will pray that we both find that time. Thanks for your insight & love for life.

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