Monthly Archives: December 2021

A Charlie Brown Kind of Christmas

“Always winter but never Christmas.” ~ C S. Lewis It’s our pleasure to reprise this post originally published in 2016.  It seems especially appropriate this year. Whatever your own circumstances this holiday season, may your hearts be strong, your spirits peaceful, and remember there is love in abundance. May you give and receive it with generosity and gratitude.  — Pat and Marsha The night A Charlie … Continue reading A Charlie Brown Kind of Christmas »

God Bless the Cheery People (with Kevin)

I was on the lookout for a holiday thought big enough, sweet enough and yet real enough to speak to this strangely difficult time. I’ve been bristling inside since the latest version of the coronavirus reared its microscopic little head. It seems like this bugger has a mind of its own and is bound and determined to keep us off balance for another holiday season. … Continue reading God Bless the Cheery People (with Kevin) »

Finding Light In Your Shadow

“Unfortunately there can be no doubt that man is, on the whole, less good than he imagines himself or wants to be. Everyone carries a shadow, and the less it is embodied in the individual’s conscious life, the blacker and denser it is.” ~ Carl Jung  What can you say? It is a sad day — when you discover people aren’t as good as you … Continue reading Finding Light In Your Shadow »