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A Different Christmas - A Lesson from the Grinch

“And the Grinch, with his Grinch-feet ice-cold in the snow, stood puzzling and puzzling,
how could it be so? It came without ribbons. It came without tags. 638 more words

Writings By Wordsmiths And Others

thejuicenut reblogged this on pearsnotparsnipsdotcom and commented:

Here is another thoughtful and positive post about the real meaning of Christmas from a fellow blogger who always has just the right word on any given topic. Do take a look, you will leave pondering and all the wiser for the visit.

Birthday Celebration!

In honor of my birthday this week, I’d like to invite you to help me celebrate it by contributing to the family I’m sponsoring for Christmas this year. 177 more words


thejuicenut reblogged this on pearsnotparsnipsdotcom and commented:

Niki's campaign to raise $250 to buy winter clothing for a teenage boy whose mum is struggling fits so well with my latest post The Gift of Kindness At Christmas that I had to reblog it. Please help her achieve her goal of giving this family a much-needed boost this Christmas. All donations however small are gratefully received. Just click on the photo in her post to be taken to the GoFundMe website and leave your special message for this family. I know there are many many people struggling this Christmas and we often feel overwhelmed and helpless, but this is one family you can help in a very practical way. Thank you for reading.

The Gift of Kindness At Christmas

At Christmas, it is easy to get caught up in the seasonal excitement of buying and exchanging often expensive gifts we can’t afford and they don’t really need. 1,032 more words

Essential Vitamins & Minerals

Baby Aubergines, Kindness and Cake

I couldn’t resist buying some of these little beauties this morning. Now to find a recipe. Any ideas?

A friend posted the following this morning and I borrowed it for here – such important advice. 35 more words


A Gift in Itself

Dominant Hand: It helps to have something to look forward to.

yes. gratitude’s a gift in itself. very powerful and soothing.

Right Brain