Sunday, 25 December 2011

Wishing you all peace and love

It's Christmas morning.  No children running around this house.  Just an aged mother, a husband reading a book, and me on the computer.  That's okay.  It's quiet, peaceful, and we'll see at least one kid at lunch-time. 

I remember how horrible this time of year can be - both my ectopics occurred in December.  And so to my bloggy friends who are still struggling with this time of year, with the obsession with family and mandatory happiness, and with friends and relatives announcing their pregnancies today (that has happened to me too), I send you my love.  I hope that you can find some peace today and beyond.  It will come.  However horrible you feel today, it will come.

And remember, when in doubt ... there's always chocolate.  Or wine.  Or both.

11 comments:

  1. wine.. chocolate... both are on hand here:) and best yet your post let's me know I can call all my friends in NZ because it is already Christmas time there! Have a wonderful day and thanks for the kind words to those of us still finding our way.

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  2. Wine and chocolate already on board - and it's only Christmas Eve here!
    Wishing you peace and joy today and every day.

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  3. Merry Christmas to you and yours... and thanks for reminding me I have wine in the house! :D

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  4. Merry Christmas to you and a Lovely New Year! :-D

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  5. Merry holiday to you.
    Sweet wishes for the new year

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  6. It's still Christmas here... So Merry Christmas everyone!!

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  7. I agree... the peace will come!
    My peace came after 8 years.
    Happy New Year to all of you!

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  8. I hope you had a Merry Christmas and that the New Year is a great one for ya!

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  9. Sending love and good wishes back to you, Mali.

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  10. Wine & chocolate, hear hear!! ; )

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  11. I hope you had a lovely Christmas Mali, and that you have a stupendous and splendid New Year! This post and accompanying comments warmed my heart to read.

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