What Did You get for Christmas?

By: GardenGrrl , 5:59 PM GMT on December 19, 2012

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So right now there is not much to report about Texas weather. Winter in Texas is a land stuck between seasons. Some days it's warm. Some days it's winter. Some days it can be both. Currently we have drought. I'm only going to get excited about rain...okay maybe snow too. Who am kidding, snow is really cool in Texas (if it's not on a work day.)

No weather or gardening, let's talk about Christmas presents! Whadja Get? Feel free to talk about favorite presents from Holidays past as well. Time spent with loved ones, your first favorite toy, the things that made you happy.

This year Christmas came early. Was going to ask Santa for a fancy camera. Have been researching them and became fascinated with micro four thirds cameras. I wanted a small camera with a big zoom that could take even better pics than my trusty point n shoot. For ergonomics and stellar reviews I had been reading a lot about the Panasonic GH2.
It was billed as an amazing camcorder that also took good pictures. Hey, two for one.

So a few weeks ago I woke up thinking about this camera. Decided to find out just how much one would cost. Looked it up on Amazon and to my surprise this camera, the GH2, was the "Amazon Deal of the Day"...while supplies last. Thought about it all day. Getting a fancy camera is like getting married. You are pretty much stuck with only getting accessories designed for that camera. This is especially true with the Micro Four Thirds. From now on, all my lenses will come from Panasonic. When this camera breaks I will have to buy the same brand again.

It was fate though. I woke up dreaming about it. Then found the camera was half price and included a lense. It also came with $100 off each additional lense. One day only. So bought the 100-300mm zoom as well.

My big surprise is that the whole "just like a point n shoot with better features" thing is not true. This cameras automatic settings suck wind. Almost sent it back. Started playing with the manual and program features. Now, this camera has potential. I just need to learn more about shooting manual, aperature and program. Have learned that using manual focus rocks the world. With manual focus I am getting shots I could not get before.
Birds in brush and twigs confuse auto focus but not manual. Booya!
Liking this camera now.

So this is my early Christmas present. Have a feeling after a few more months of classes and learning, the GH2 will be (to me atleast), the best camera ever.

So whats your best present?

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76. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
1:39 AM GMT on January 06, 2013
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75. calpoppy
11:35 PM GMT on January 04, 2013
Hi GG! OT and long week make sure you get rest between!!

The New Year baby is a random internet baby, but cute none the less.
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74. BriarCraft
11:21 PM GMT on January 04, 2013
Hope the OT and long week in the bat cave treat you well. At least it'll give you more money to spend on fun stuff -- providing you're not too worn out to enjoy said fun stuff.
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73. plapman
3:32 PM GMT on January 04, 2013
Good morning GardenGrrl.
My old house is better insulated than I thought. With just the 2 1500 watt heaters going the temp was keep at 65F. That was cool to wake up to but bearable.
Ebjoy your day.
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72. sandiquiz
11:51 AM GMT on January 04, 2013
Over-time and then a long week... girl, you must be mad! :-)

Hope you get some time off over the weekend, or you will be too tired to go another five days.
And I see you said snow is forecast for you - hope it isn't too much to cause travel chaos. I do love snow, to walk in and play in, but when you have to travel - no thanks!
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71. shoreacres
1:53 AM GMT on January 04, 2013
Just stopping by to say howdy-do. You may have a shot at some of the frozen stuff again, yes? They're muttering about some sleet down this way, but north of Houston. If we get anything, it probably will just be drizzle/rain. That's ok by me!
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70. GardenGrrl
10:58 PM GMT on January 03, 2013
Hi All, have been neglecting my own blog a bit.

Thanks all for the New Years greetings; Plapman, Prose, Skypony, Mass, Calpoppy (Wow your little grand cub is getting bigger and cuter), PalmettoBug, Shore, Sig, Juslivn, Sandi!

Okay, that's the quick-n-easy way to catch up. Really do appreciate you all stopping by.

May or may not have a new blog out by Saturday. Otherwise perhaps next week. Am doing some OT tomorrow and then the long week.

Chugging along at the blog porch.
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69. sandiquiz
10:18 PM GMT on January 03, 2013
Hi there, have you about finished your week? I bet you are tired after working both Christmas and NewYear.

I am thinking of joining a camera club once I have completed the jury service at the end of the month.... I wonder if I shall have the nerve to go along! lol
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68. aSigiam
5:41 AM GMT on January 02, 2013
Happy New Year, GG!

Got myself a new camera. It is another extended zoom, but they work well for me. Now I just need to learn how to work its manual settings.

Best wishes for 2013.

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67. sandiquiz
10:18 AM GMT on January 01, 2013



Have a wonderful year:)
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66. juslivn
7:51 AM GMT on January 01, 2013
GG Wow! Here is to a Great New Year for you and your gang! You make me laugh! Thanks - Happy 2013!

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65. palmettobug53
1:49 AM GMT on January 01, 2013
Currier and Ives

We spend January 1 walking through our lives, room by room, drawing up a list of work to be done, cracks to be patched. Maybe this year, to balance the list, we ought to walk through the rooms of our lives... not looking for flaws, but for potential.

~ Ellen Goodman

Wishing you and yours a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year!
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64. shoreacres
1:43 AM GMT on January 01, 2013
Happy New Year to you all!

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63. calpoppy
7:20 PM GMT on December 31, 2012
Happy New Year, GG, Spouse, Syd and Roxie!!!

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62. masshysteria
6:34 PM GMT on December 31, 2012
G/G ~

Wanted to stop by to wish you and yours A HEALTHY, HAPPY, SAFE AND MORE PROMISING NEW YEAR AHEAD. Heaven knows, we could all use it!



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61. Skyepony (Mod)
4:05 PM GMT on December 31, 2012
Happy New Year!!
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60. Proserpina
3:52 PM GMT on December 31, 2012
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Let us all meet each other with a smile, for the smile is the beginning of love.
Mother Teresa
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59. Proserpina
1:53 PM GMT on December 31, 2012
Good morning.

It is hail to the Redskins morning. RG III has become the area's hero but also a respected person. He seems to be genuinely nice and likable, and so far clean behavior-wise. I can understand why he is liked at Baylor and Texas as well. Apparently the number one sports shirt that sold for Christmas was his number as a member of the Redskins team.
At this point it doesn't matter if we are able to keep going in the playoffs, for the first time in 13 years my region has something to be happy about. Considering that the Washington Post features the Redskins with story and photos, while the 'Cliff' is dangling by the side of the same page. Tired of politics as usual, happy for our Redskins!
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58. plapman
12:34 PM GMT on December 31, 2012
Good morning GardenGrrl. I've been slipping on post here lately.
Have a great new Years.
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57. GardenGrrl
10:55 AM GMT on December 31, 2012
Happy New Year!

Can you believe I don't have a Syd&Roxie Happy New Year graphic?

Will be working tonight and tomorrow so this is as good as my message of happiness gets. To great friends,family and internet communities, joy, love and prosperity for 2013.

Ylee, you capture penguin blog one more for blog serious good cam seriously ;)

Hi Bug, when I get time I promise to raid the Engrish channel for some funny stuff.

Hi Briar, that is a great poem and pretty much covers everything we need to be connected with the earth and our own life.

Hi Sandi, thanks. Let's hope we all have some health and happiness this year.
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56. sandiquiz
7:45 AM GMT on December 31, 2012


GG - I do hope 2013 is a very happy, healthy and safe year for you and your family.
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55. BriarCraft
11:02 PM GMT on December 30, 2012
So I was reading the comments about your new super-duper radio-controlled helicopter and I said to myself, "I know I read about that around here somewhere. I sprayed hot tea on my keyboard when I read it. Where did I read it? Not here!" Then I remembered, it was on my own (previous) blog, just before I started a new one.

You must have dropped that little laugh-bomb off elsewhere in WUville, based on the comments, but in case anyone missed it, or had a memory lapse like I did:

Here are some Engrish excerpts from the toy helicopter manual.

It has "Super Wide Infrated Technology"
"Problem; Can no control. Intrared ray inductor have not point to helicopter."
"Forbid children ubder fourteen years to operate the product."
"If helicopter becomes damaged, deformation, please repaired in time."

and my personal favorite, the safety insructions: "When you adjust, assemibe and fly the helicopter. You must operate it according to the operation instruction strictly. Make sure that you finger or other parts of the body away from spinning parts."


Happy New Year!!!
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54. palmettobug53
8:53 PM GMT on December 30, 2012
Quoting Skyepony:
I got a radio controlled helicopter that is lots of fun. The instruction manual written in poorly translated "engrish" is as much fun as the 'copter.

Husband got one one~ written on each blade..

WARNING! if blade damage.don't be fly.otherwise it will create the human body or blame damage.


LOL!!!!!


Someone needs to do a blog on fractured English translations. That helicopter would be front and center!
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53. Ylee
7:22 PM GMT on December 30, 2012
Hope your return to the Batcave has been a good one! I bought a grill cover with gift card I got for Christmas. Sometimes you have to be practical! :)

You could do a whole blog with "engrish"!
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52. GardenGrrl
11:03 AM GMT on December 30, 2012
Good Morning, it's back to work so won't visit many blogs today.

Hi Sandi, Considering the types of materials used for manufacturing over there maybe they really did mean "Not used with water"
If anyone is wondering about Sandi's links she posted a easy to figure out comparison of mbars and inHg in in her blog.

Hi Sp, those are cute. I would wear them indoors with my brightest tye-dye shirt. Maybe outside gardening if I felt a need to worry the neighbors (he he)

Hi Wabit, Sweet deal! Do you feel like you have a movie theater in your house now? Although appliances are necessary, this was a whole lot more fun wasn't it.

Skye, after I read your
WARNING! if blade damage.don't be fly.otherwise it will create the human body or blame damage.

I had to go look at my rotors. The top ones have a circle with Chinese writing. The bottom ones say, and I had to get a magnifying glass to confirm this;
Warning: Keep you face and eyes away from the running to ots. (toots!?)
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51. Skyepony (Mod)
7:21 AM GMT on December 30, 2012
I got a radio controlled helicopter that is lots of fun. The instruction manual written in poorly translated "engrish" is as much fun as the 'copter.

Husband got one one~ written on each blade..

WARNING! if blade damage.don't be fly.otherwise it will create the human body or blame damage.
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50. whitewabit (Mod)
6:27 AM GMT on December 30, 2012
My wife and I bought a 55 inch Samsung LED TV for us.. a $1550.00 TV we found on sale for $850.00 out the door.. and it has the most amazing picture ..we usually buy something for the house each Christmas.. last year we bought new kitchen counter top appliances ..
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49. sp34n119w
5:47 AM GMT on December 30, 2012
Well this is the place to come to for a pick-me-up! Simple and serendipitous joys :)

I found something that I thought you might like, gg, if only to look at:

Fairy slippers. They come from Lithuania so they must be accurate, right? I don't know why I think that.
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48. sandiquiz
5:27 PM GMT on December 29, 2012
Saw your comment in my blog ...

Here are the two web pages I used for the info

Link one

Link two
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47. sandiquiz
11:58 AM GMT on December 29, 2012
Glad you ahead a Christmas dinner and present opening, even if it was on Boxing Day.
I saw the post you did of the instructions (in Briar's blog I think). They were hilarious. I remember some instructions I got with a new kettle. The funny thing was it actually said.... 'Not used with water'. I thought that's what a kettle was supposed to do! I think it meant 'Do not immerse in water'.

Happy Saturday... Anything exciting planned for today? Flying a helicopter by any chance!
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46. GardenGrrl
11:06 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
Hi, we had Christmas dinner and present opening Wednesday night when I got off work. Just the two of us. It was nice.
I got a radio controlled helicopter that is lots of fun. The instruction manual written in poorly translated "engrish" is as much fun as the 'copter.

Hi Sandi, guess your not going to encourage a tradition of getting Portmerion holly range cake plates for Christmas every year. Probably for the best. While they look quite pretty (googled one), I suppose having multiple cakes around the house in order to use them could be a bit much.

Hi Bug, a good printer is a wonderful thing but knee socks even better. Definitely a must have in the winter when wearing boots. What's with all the anklets? They march straight to the front of the boot and wad up around the toes.

Hi Briar, I make smiley faces in the bathroom mirrors and happy things, messages to the spouse when they fog up from the shower. They show up again the next time. Guess that's kind of subliminal but yes, posting inspiration is good way to start the day positively.

Hi Karen, it's a great feeling to have all the "stuff" that you want. Makes it a whole lot easier to concentrate on the people who matter in your life. Although I would not turn down a full size $$$ "Attack From Mars" pinball machine ;)
The movie It's a Wonderful Life with Jimmy Stewart is my favorite all time Christmas movie. I think we all go through wondering if being here really made a difference in the world once in a while. It's nice when the universe responds with the answer; Yes.

Dragonfly, putting together photo albums of years past is a great thing to do at Christmas (or any other reunion) Stuff breaks. Gets thrown away. But sometimes memories can be lost forever too. That is an awesome way to keep them fresh and alive.

Hi Tony, good morning and Merry Christmas to you all on the Prairie!

Hi LC, It seems to be a common theme in WUville this year that the gifts are time spent. Makes me think of a song we used to sing in the car growing up. "Well we ain't got a barrel of money. Maybe were ragged and funny, but we travel along singing our song, side by side." Granted we can't eat happiness or love, but we can't eat fancy cars either. We can however starve on the inside and that is a slow walking death.
Today let's enjoy the people we enjoy be it online, at home or far away.

There are all kinds of gifts in the world, some are called blessings.
Peace from the blog porch.
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45. LowerCal
6:44 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
My gifts given and received this year were simple and few. It was my most enjoyable Christmas in years though, not feeling burdened by the commercialization or obligated by expectations and presumptions.

Re. 31 & 42, what a wonderful "Wonderful Life" story! What a wonderful gift for the recipient and you!
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44. sandiquiz
4:04 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
What did I get for Christmas... A selection of stainless steel kitchen utensils to go with the bowls I bought myself a few weeks ago.
The most strange item was another Portmerion holly range cake plate from my friend. Trouble was, she bought me exactly the same a few years ago, so I am going to take it back and exchange it for something else in the same range, with her blessing. Yes, I did tell her...I thought it best to do that, just in case she forgets what she bought me and buys me another one next year! lol
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43. plapman
2:55 PM GMT on December 28, 2012
Good morning GardenGrrl
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42. SBKaren
9:49 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
Even more I heard a story about one of the Choose Hope bracelets and how it helped someone choose to live. I got the gift of knowing that what I do matters.

How on earth can this not absolutely make your day? You actually saved a life. You did. YOU! That's some pretty powerful stuff there girl. Don't take it lightly! It's pretty heady stuff. Not many folks can say that.

Have you ever watched It's a Wonderful Life? It's one of my most favorite movies. I'm sure you've seen it, but if you haven't, please watch it. I'm sure everyone, at one time or another, feels that they aren't making that much of an impact. But in that story, you learn how the smallest of things can have a HUGE ripple effect. That life that you saved might move on to do the same for someone else. And so it goes.......paying it forward.......
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41. SBKaren
9:43 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
I got what I always want at Christmas....time spent with family. Hubby and I don't exchange gifts anymore. When you've been together over 40 years, and you get what you want when you want it (and neither of us want for much), it seems wasteful to just 'get' something so you have given somebody something. We've both become more minimalist as we age :)

Now the kids; we mostly give them a check so they can go on a family vacation and build memories. We also give them some gift cards to places they actually go. The grandsons are easy, as they are first grandchildren. Legos were certainly hot for them this year. I refer to myself as the 'clothes' grandma. I buy clothes for them when I see good deals, and then hang onto them until Christmas. The boys aren't too thrilled with the clothes, with the exception of the Angry Bird pajamas I got them this year, but their mom likes the clothes! We also contribute to their college funds. My grandparents did that for my kids, and while the money we had didn't pay for their whole education, we all (I went through college while my girls did) graduated with no debt. That's hard to do these days! Textbooks alone can put someone in debt!

Our weather sounds similar to yours. It's 63º and sunny out now, although we have a good breeze that is making it feel colder, but tomorrow we might not see 60!!! A few days earlier this week we had lows of 41º, but with the cloud cover, it'll stay in the mid-50s. We'll never see snow or ice here, but my daughter is taking her family up to the mountains for 2 nights this weekend. They'll see plenty!
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40. palmettobug53
9:22 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
What Briar suggested is something I've heard before. Kind of a sublimal thing.

I've not tried that route but I do repeat a George Carlin quote: Don't sweat the petty things and don't pet the sweaty things.

Which works for me most of the time.
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39. dragonflyF15
9:13 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
Wow! Great pics! Enjoy the new camera (like I need to tell you to!) :)

We kept things simple this year in the family, it's been a tough on economically this year. We just gathered mainly just to enjoy each others company and dishes. I spent the last month going through old photo albums and pulled out all the holiday pics of Grandma days through current and put together holiday albums. It was a lot of fun to hear all the stories from relatives. Now I'll be spending the next month trying to put all the pictures back to the original places! Lol!

Hope you and yours had a wonderful holiday and may 2013 be joyous and kind to you :)

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38. BriarCraft
9:05 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
You really outdid yourself with #13. I love it!

And I love #31 even more. Sounds to me like you've been moving through your days on autopilot. I'm so glad there was not one, but four (if I counted right) happy wake-up calls for you in a 24-hour period. Looks like maybe you took the loving reminders to heart. Now, if you can just not go back on autopilot.

A humble suggestion that may sound silly: Print out #31 and put it somewhere you look every day. Like on a corner of your bathroom mirror. Or on your fridge. You won't read the words every day, but just seeing that bit of paper and remembering what you felt at the time will be good enough to turn off the autopilot for at least a few minutes. I've done that. It works for me. Maybe it will for you, too.
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37. palmettobug53
6:56 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
What did Santa bring me for Christmas?

The printer I wanted, some scented body washes and soap, some knee socks (where Hubby found them, I have no idea; they don't seem very popular these days) and a watch.

And I got to watch A Christmas Story twice!
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36. sandiquiz
11:55 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
A white Christmas with ice to follow - not good. I prefer my wet one!
Pleas don't be in a hurry - as you said, a slow journey to work. Take care :-)
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35. GardenGrrl
11:06 AM GMT on December 26, 2012
Hi All, thanks for the Christmas Greetings!
It rained, it snowed, it iced a bit here. Have to leave early for work so to drive slow on the ice.

Calpoppy, Sandi, Bug,Ylee, Shore, Mass, thank you for the Christmas cards and wishes.
Shore, that video is hilarious!!!

If I missed anyone, it's cause I'm tired and in a hurry. Have a great day all.
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34. masshysteria
4:31 PM GMT on December 25, 2012
G/G!!!

Glad that power was restored to your home this am and that Santa left a bright calling card (via a few lit decorations). T'is the Season, jolly or not. This year, I'm also keeping a very low-key Christmas, sans decorations, but with gratitude that my hubby's still around to share a delicious holiday repast. Perhaps, as we age, we begin to reprioritize the true meaning of Christmas.

Obviously, what you do in or on your job is the gift that keeps on giving. May it be reciprocated much in the way of appreciation and formed solid friendships.



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33. shoreacres
4:05 PM GMT on December 25, 2012
This just landed in my inbox, and - well.... Who better for me to pass it on to? There's even a bird!

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32. shoreacres
1:55 PM GMT on December 25, 2012
I don't know exactly where the front is - but I have an idea. You have 45 and rain, we have 70 and low cloud. I really thought we'd have a little more action overnight, but nothing so far. We'll see what happens as the day goes on.

Merry Christmas to you! There are gifts galore surrounding us. It's just that most of them aren't wrapped up and it can be a little harder to recognize them. It sounds as though you've been well gifted - enjoy the day!

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31. GardenGrrl
11:05 AM GMT on December 25, 2012
Good Morning All and Merry Christmas.
It seems always in the 11th hour I find meaning on Christmas Day.
Was not really into Christmas this year. Didn't decorate. Have to work blah blah.
Then came the phone call at work, a make shift conference call involving a landline a cellphone and my work phone. Couldn't hear much but I felt loved.
Even more I heard a story about one of the Choose Hope bracelets and how it helped someone choose to live. I got the gift of knowing that what I do matters.
Leaving work one of the security guards, a friend from when I work nights came in early and brought me a gift. With it came the gift of knowing while not everyone at work likes me, some people do.

This morning I awoke to thunder and no power. It was a wonderful booming rain storm. We so need the rain.
With the rain came prayers for the safety of others traveling today. When the power came on and it was time to get up the living room had a glow. Went to look and it seems a wonderful elf had strung lights, put up the tiny aluminum Christmas tree with a ring of gifts around it. Santa came!
Today I know that I'm blessed. I hope can remember this tomorrow and into the coming new year.

Peace from the blog porch-GG
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30. Ylee
7:02 AM GMT on December 25, 2012
Merry Christmas to you, hubby, Syd, and Roxie! Hope the batcave treats you well today!

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29. palmettobug53
9:58 PM GMT on December 24, 2012
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May the spirit of Christmas bring you peace,
The gladness of Christmas give you hope,
The warmth of Christmas grant you love.
~Author Unknown
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28. sandiquiz
8:07 AM GMT on December 24, 2012


Wishing you and your family all the Best of the Season.


Thank you for your kind, and supportive words over the weekend. And thanks for the mail, too :-)
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27. calpoppy
4:36 PM GMT on December 23, 2012
Even though you have to work, have a great holiday!!! I received another corgi calender this year from my friend with corgis. This one is all corgi puppies, cuteness factor of 10 .

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26. GardenGrrl
11:11 AM GMT on December 23, 2012


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