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Festive Christmas Music Hits blogmas, day 8

Yesterday’s blogmas post didn’t share cookie making joy, it supported why I don’t like Christmas. Instead of heading deeper down into the pit of negativity while simultaneously attempting to muster Christmas Joy, today’s post is about Christmas Music.  Christmas music is known for joyfulness and inspiration. Here are my favorites....

Mixing Ensues! Blogmas, day 6.

This Blogmas Mini Project is having a positive effect on my not-super-thrilled-with-Christmas-self. Surprisingly, I felt excited to mix the batter. In anticipation of cookie making, I popped into the kitchen store to buy Christmas cookie cutters. Unfortunately, they only had a dog and a pig. I bought them! This year...

‘lo Saturnalia! Christmas Gets Its Start In Ancient Rome – Blogmas, day 5

We are taught that Christianity and the birth of Christ is a deep and meaningful story. It may be uncomfortably shocking and disheartening to adjust to the randomness of the chosen birthday of Jesus Christ and the copy catting of Saturnalia’s festivities. Mining for the sacredness of Christmas, I turned...

Christmas Isn’t What You Think!!! Blogmas, Day 3

Personally, I’m not a fan of Christmas with its obligations, shopping, and forced festive vibe. It appears that modern day humans miss Christmas’ deeper experience. Or maybe they are unaware there could be a deeper experience. Maybe they believe that Christmas IS about buying things on sale, at midnight, on...

Blogmas’ Ingredients – day 2

Happy Blogmas! Or is it Merry Blogmas?! Either way it’s necessary to get creative with posts since my introduction to Blogmas was November 30 and it got rolling December 1! For those of you just learning that Blogmas is a thing, let me explain. From December 1-25  Blogmas participants all...

To Life! The Benefits of Tradition!

“Tra-DI-tions! Traditions! Traditions!” Sings Tevye, Fiddler on the Roof’s delightful main character. Tevye playfully narrates how traditions balance a community. Even though he has no idea of the origins of his community’s traditions. He lauds the clarity they produce. Each member understanding their role, duties, and responsibilities. Therefore peace, balance,...