Sunday, December 24, 2017

Peace On Earth, Goodwill Toward Men

And so This is Christmas.....

I've so enjoyed our visits back and forth throughout the year, all the sweet comments written, and well-wishes when a word of encouragement was needed.
We truly wish each and every one of you, friends and family, near and far, all the blessings of a Joyous and Merry Christmas.
May you have the gladness of Christmas which is hope;
The spirit of Christmas which is peace;
The heart of Christmas which is love."
 
~Ada V. Hendicks

 


 
When Christmas bells are swinging above the fields of snow,
We hear sweet voices ringing from lands of long ago,
And etched on vacant places
Are half-forgotten faces
Of friends we used to cherish,
And loves we used to know.

 
~ Ella Wheeler Wilcox




 
 

10 comments:

rebecca said...

Merry Christmas to YOU! Thanks for being such a beautiful and gracious hostess throughout the past year.

donna baker said...

Perfect, my dear Jo. Have the best holidays. Hugs.

Kathy said...

Merry Christmas, Jo! I hope your day is joyous with family and friends.

rusty duck said...

Merry Christmas Jo. Find time to put your feet up!

Henny Penny said...

Oh, this is a beautiful Christmas post. Thank you! Hope you and your family have a Merry Christmas! I appreciate the many encouraging words you've given me. You are very special!

The Furry Gnome said...

Merry Christmas!

Jo said...

Oh Jo the video was beautiful. A blessed Christmas to you and your family. Greetings, Jo (South Africa)

DJan said...

Thank you for this wonderful post, Jo. May the joys of the season fill your heart today. You certainly have done that for me! Merry Christmas and the most wonderful of new years. :-)

Susie said...

Merry Christmas sweet JO. Stay warm these next few days. It is well below zero with our wind chills. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

L. D. said...

Having lost my cousin this year who was a half brit, I am so glad to have your site to visit. Rosemary will be so missed by me, She had two children and one of them had twins about a month before she passed. I guess because my Aunt Eileen had always been in the family that they experiences she share made it seem common place. My cousin looked so much like my Aunt and did have some of the British accent too.