This may be the last Christmas in our big old yellow house. I’m pulling out all the decorating stops!
Cliff and I lugged down a boatload of boxes from the attic. Angels, Santas, bells, Christmas houses, reindeer, sheep, and camels are prancing about. The empty tree stretches high toward the ceiling, and a gazillion ornaments are calling, “Me! Me! Me!” The decorating, yet to be finished, is making my world feel chaotic.
So when I picked up Christmas Blessings: Prayers and Poems to Celebrate the Season, June Cotner’s lovely new volume, I was touched by the book’s sweet small size, and most of all, by its shortest selections.These poems speak to the simple yet important thoughts of Christmas. They calm me!
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Christmas Blessings makes a perfect gift. Here’s the Amazon link.
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I’m pleased my poem, “The Year the Christmas Tree Fell Over,” is included in Christmas Blessings. (The poem was also printed in an earlier version of the book.) I’ve got a short holiday toast in Christmas Blessings too.
Check out June’s post on Friend for the Ride about hiking with her rescue dog, Indy.