…speaking through art, poetry and humour…oh and politics too!

Happy Whatever.


When most are partying and enjoying time with loved ones please take a moment to think of those who are alone, suffering, cold, hungry, homeless or simply unable to take part in what most think of as normal.

Bless those who desire a friend. Pray for those who have torments both personally or within their family life. Send out loving thoughts to the ones who want nothing more than to step out of the situation they are in and take part in the festivities.

To have a hair cut, spend a few hours with a dear friend, sip a glass of wine, nibble on a chocolate, see their parents smiling faces and laugh as though life were normal and carefree.

Please think of those people, some of them only children and remember that not everyone has something to smile about this Christmas.

Thank you, Carole.

ps please have a beautiful time and all the very best for the coming new year.x


Written by carolecarrick

December 23, 2014 at 10:51 pm

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