Tis the Season

Image: CK

This year, not everyone can be in the heart of their family or with their friends. Many must spend Christmas alone. And so this is for you, this Christmas Day

We’re here in the liminal days: a time when magic fills the air and strange things can happen, a time when wishes come true.

I wish you love. It’s there, deep inside you.Β SMILE. You are not alone. The soul holds us and enfolds us and keeps us safe until the required changes come

About crispina kemp

Spinner of Asaric and Mythic tales
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26 Responses to Tis the Season

  1. Thank you ❀️

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  2. Deborah says:

    I am spending this Christmas Day alone so thank you for this Crispina! πŸ™‚ ❀

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  3. Sadje says:

    Amen. Lovely wishes

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  4. Dale says:

    I wish for you and yours the same, dear Crispina!
    xoxo

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  5. My heart goes to everyone in that situation. And deep in the soul, we are all one. It’s only our physical bodies that separate us.

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  6. Well, I survived and enjoyed my first Christmas alone down here on the Southeast coast, and I’m still smiling on Boxing Day! Don’t want to have to do it again though!

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  7. Judy says:

    That certainly is a beautiful seascape Crispina!! A wonderful Christmas message too. Oddly, until this year I didn’t realize that I can’t remember when, if ever, I cooked a Christmas turkey. Generally I was at my parent’s Christmas or my husband’s. Since all that has changed and we didn’t travel to my siblings or anything, it was just three of us at home this year. I cooked a Butterball turkey breast, followed the directions perfectly, even bought a meat thermometer to check, did some great stuff with veggies etc….wow, I guess I can cook turkey after all!! Smelled like Christmas in the house. I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and that we all have prospects for health, happiness, prosperity and normalcy in 2021. What a year!!

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    • You mean Covid has taught you to cook?
      Though I must admit, Shen never cooks roasts, so she’d be lost doing a Xmas dinner. She always comes to me

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      • Judy says:

        Well maybe not taught…more like forced!! I used to be a lot more inventive, now a cold salad with a bunch of stuff chopped into it is just fine most nights.But, doing the turkey breast with its attendant aromas certainly made less Christmas’y feelings a good deal more comforting. First Christmas that my husband and I both had lost our parents. I’ll be 70 in February and this was my first Christmas without that reliable anchor of any living parents. Inevitable but still well feels weird.

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      • Yea, it must have felt strange for you. It did for my father too for he wasn’t allowed to go to my sister’s for Christmas Day. Although he was allowed to go Christmas Eve. Logic? I think there is none.

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  8. I definitely love my husband. πŸ™‚ I feel pretty lucky.

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