For a bittersweet Good Night.
This Christmas Eve will have a different feel to it. Our gatherings will be smaller because we’ll be apart from some of our loved ones, and that truly sucks. But in a year of so much loss, I feel we owe it to those no longer with us to celebrate as best we can. In person or via Zoom, a bittersweet Nochebuena is better than no Nochebuena at all. So we hang on to our traditions and keep on keeping on. Let’s celebrate with hope, with faith, with love, and with gratitude.
Friends and family, may you all have a wonderful night. And as the sun rises tomorrow and we sit around the tree, let’s remember the real reason for the season. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas to all!
Until next Thursday’s post…si Dios quiere.
“God grant you the light in Christmas, which is faith;
the warmth of Christmas, which is love;
the radiance of Christmas, which is purity;
the righteousness of Christmas, which is justice;
the belief in Christmas, which is truth;
the all of Christmas, which is Christ.”
“The best gifts to give:
To your friend, loyalty;
To your enemy, forgiveness;
To your boss, service;
To a child, a good example;
To your parents, gratitude and
To your mate, love and
To all men and women, charity.”