I wanted to take this opportunity today to wish all my readers here at 365 Less Things a wonderful holiday season. Whatever the holiday is for you I hope it is full of joy, love and peace.
I wanted to send my wishes today because things can get a little crazy in the last week leading up to our celebrations no matter how simplified we may have made them. I would prefer to think you are spending your holidays enjoying your family and friends and taking as much time as possible amid the craziness to relax and reflect on what the season means to you.
I will still be posting everyday but I am trying very hard to set them up in advance so that I too can relax and enjoy whatever the next week brings. As part of my plan to simplify the lead up to Christmas and a couple of days to recuperate I am going to keep my posts short and simple. From Day 357 to Day 361 I will be posting a passage of 100 words or less on a key principle of keeping decluttering simple. So if you feel you need a little declutter fix or a break from the festivities for a moment these short little posts won’t take up too much of your precious time. They will be book-ended on Wednesdays by two of Cindy’s wonderful weekly posts. So enjoy!
I will be taking a peek to read and respond to any comments that might be left for me so if you feel inclined please do so. A blogger has to have her little fix every now and again too.
So once again
I wish you all a very Happy Holiday Season
Item 354 of 365 less things
I have two of these stable tables that I got cheap at a garage sale years ago. I only ever use one of the them so this one can go in the donation box.
5 Things I am grateful for today
- How little tragedy there has been in my life – For some people bad things happen all the time. I have been very lucky so far.
- Knowing people love me and having someone to love.
- When someone gives you a smile that reaches into the depths of their eyes – Ooh, it makes me smile just to think about it.
- Christmas pudding – with lashings of custard and cream. Mmmmmmm I can’t wait until Christmas day. Mine is almost cooked then it can develop extra flavour over the next six days and should be delicious by lunch time on Saturday.
- Art – We are going to go to the local gallery when the pudding is done cooking.
It matters not how fast I go, I hurry faster when I’m slow.