It's that magical time of year again. As fall starts to give way to winter and the holiday season comes into full swing, family and friends gather and celebrate in their own way. Santa checks his list over and over making sure no one naughty has snuck onto the good list. Once again I'm sure I'll be getting another big old lump of coal (I never did master behaving myself
I missed our annual holiday parade this year as I was off trying to erase some of my naughty marks by doing some last minute good deads, by volunteering with the Red Cross doing hurricane Sandy relief. (Hope Santa reads this part) But enough about me and maybe getting a new camera body
(Giant hint there!)
It's my hope that as we get busy with family and friends we all remember those who are less fortunate then we are. The Marine Corps annaul Toy's for Tot's drive is in full swing and the Salvation Army Red Kettle bell ringers are out doing their best to ensure that all children have something from Santa again this year. There are many reasons why some children are looking once again at a bleak Christmas. Hurricane Sandy will be a big one this year on the east coast, so please open your heart and give. Every little bit will help to bring a smile to a child, who through no fault of their own may be looking at Christmas as just another day of disappointment and sadness!
Happy Holidays and a Very Merry Christmas to ALL!