Sunday, December 23, 2007

Random Blog Post of Note


This post at Scrivener’s talks about one of the most beautiful and meaningful Solstice observances that I’d ever heard about. Like many of us, he and his family are going through a rough time of transitions and I think this ceremony would give many of us meaningful space for thought and reflection. Also, his Unitarian Church sounds like it is just awesome . . . the Random Church could probably learn a lot from it . . .


. . . Anyway, December is a month of observances for a number of reasons and I hope that whatever you celebrate, you know I wish everyone a healthy and happy New Year. I will continue to cling to the hope that 2008 is going to be a wonderful year for ALL of us!


. . . And I send a special shout-out to Virginia Gal, Mommanator and CS for being such cool, faithful readers this past year. Just knowing you are all out there has been such a comfort for me and I really appreciate your support as we all work through our lives.

Much love to you all!



5 comments:

Virginia Gal said...

oh thank you so much, you don't know how helpful your hugs and warm encouragement has kept me going when I felt like just giving up. I'm glad to give any help/support I can as we all work through our lives.

Happy Christmas and the best of the New Year!

Xavier Cheung said...

It's amazing!
Your 'RANDOM THOUGHTS' theory sounds quite cool...

CS said...

Thanks for pointing me to that post - I really liked it. And thanks also for the mention - I appreciate your support and company as well. Peace on this holiday to you!

Scrivener said...

Thank you so much for the mention and for your support. I've been a pretty crappy blog reader for ... uh ... six months or so now, so it's especially great to know that there are still people out there reading and caring. (Wow! Six months I've been promising to get back into a "normal" flow again? Jeez, that sucks.)

mommanator said...

Thanks for the shout-out, love reading the bloggss, keep up the good work is spite of your schedule Blessings in the future