Christmas Blessings

Hi everyone!!! I wanted to do a quick post to wish my wonderful blog family a MERRY CHRISTMAS! This is my very favourite holiday, and this year I have more blessings than I can count.

My recovery from surgery so far has been as perfect as possible! I am so lucky. All of the support I have received from my community has made all the difference. My most challenging task is to stick to my list of permitted activities, because even though I feel AMAZING and full of vibrant health, if I do the wrong motion or activity I could set my recovery back significantly – so I won’t risk it, don’t worry! It’s just that I never imagined I would feel so great this early in the game.

I think I was living with a lot more daily pain than I really acknowledged. Now that it is gone, I feel euphoric, and joyously optimistic about the future!

I really can not wish for anything more for Christmas.

Christmas is my very favourite time of year. Although I was surrounded by Christian culture growing up, Christmas for me has been more about family and community than Jesus. For some reason, I feel closer to Jesus around Easter!

Community is my church. I am blessed to have every one of you in my community, so I want to thank you for that, and wish each one of you MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Let’s all hug our families, both biological and chosen, human and animal, living and in spirit.

It is our community that makes us strong, that lifts us up when we are vulnerable, and resounds with joy when we are well.

May your home, families, and communities resonate with love.

See you in the New Year!

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