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Monday, November 29, 2010

Signing off for the Holidays

Now that Thanksgiving has passed we are officially into the Christmas season. Or, at least I am. Though a lot of people will listen to Christmas music and put up decorations before Thanksgiving, I am a firm believer that none of this should take place until the day after.
So, this Friday, the music was dug out and the tree went up.

This season also means an end to my blogging days - temporarily. I will still blog on my days at LadyScribes but I am taking a break from here. December is always crazy busy with family and friends. Plus, I need to have my son at classes four nights until the end of December, Christmas shopping and frankly, enjoying the season. Instead of trying to figure out how I can accomplish the impossible, I have decided to take a break from blogging, thus take the pressure off of trying to be here (which I have failed miserably at in the last couple of weeks).

With the illnesses in my family and extended family, I've been reminded that time with family and friends is precious, especially during the holidays. So, I will be posting no blogs from here on out until after the first of the year. I will try to stop in and visit, read and comment on blogs, but for now, I am going to just enjoy family, friends and this wonderful season and celebrating Christ's birth.

Have a wonderful holiday and a Very Merry Blessed Christmas.


  1. Happy Happy Holidays to you and yours! I hope all your wishes come true.

  2. Merry Christmas to you too, Amy! Enjoy your time with family and friends - and celebrating the Christ of Christmas! God bless!

  3. Good for you for prioritizing what GOD has shown you is most important.

  4. I agree with you on the Christmas season not beginning until after Thanksgiving. But I also believe in milking every minute of December! My Christmas decorations went up yesterday, and the Christmas carols are now officially the music of the month. Enjoy your time away from the 'Net. Merry Christmas!

  5. Enjoy the season, Amy, and I hope your family is well.

  6. I know what you mean about December. My Mum will be arriving soon, and my blogging will decrease. Wishing you a wonderful Christmas!

  7. It is wonderful that you have your priorities in order and honor your needs!

    (I'm selfishly bummed because I just found you, but I will be back.)

    Have a wonderful holiday season!

  8. Good for you, Amy! I just came off a self-imposed blogging break and it was a great idea. Especially this time of year. I'm back to blogging, but probably only once a week until after the holidays are over. The season has enough pressure. Enjoy your hiatus and the time with your precious family! Merry Christmas!

  9. What a great way to remember it! Thanks for the reminder - this time with family and friends is precious! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas season!