Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays to all out there. Whether you are Christian or Jewish this is the season to reflect on this past year of all things we did and said. 2018 is coming to a close and we get to start all over again. To right a wrong we might have caused or harsh words we might have spoken without thinking.
      Yes in 2019 we have a chance to begin again. Whether we make resolutions on New Years Eve or not. We still get the chance to start a new year and follow the path we set out for ourselves. If we only do one thing on our list, we have at least paid it forward.
       With a smile, a kind word, helping hand, that's all it takes to change a persons day.
       Well, to everyone out there I want to say thank you for following me, and for your purchase of my novels. I pray 2019 will be a great year for you and me.
                                            God Bless!

Sunday, December 9, 2018


Well, here we are the end of another year. It seems the year flew so fast. Now 2019 is knocking at our door. When we were young it took forever for the year to go by and the presents under the tree took at Christmas was only a way for the time to go by in slow motion. Now as adults it goes so fast and all the Hussle and bustle seems to come over night.
     Those of us that have to watch our weight look at all the food, candy, cookies and other goodies at the parties we attend and we somehow use our logic to tell ourselves, "Oh well, we can work it off. Its' only a couple of pounds!"
     That's what the holidays are. A celebration of  friends, family, and the children. It say goodbye to the end of another year, and welcome in the new. Those that are religious celebrate the birth of our Jesus, and those that are of other faiths have their own personal celebration.
     No matter what you believe, I think most of us are happy to see another year under our belt and welcome the new year to make changes in our lives. To look forward to making some type of change that we didn't get to make in the year and look forward to working on letting the past go, to take one day at a time, and to reflect on what we have.
     For my readers I trust you have a Happy Holiday and remember to take time for yourself.
                                                        Happy Holidays to everyone and
                                                                      May God Bless!