Sunday Poser # 112

Welcome back to another Sunday Poser

This week my question is;

What does this time of the year means for you?

I want to wish all those celebrating Christmas, a very joyful day. I know not everyone celebrates Christmas around this time of the year. Some are celebrating Hanukkah, while others are just celebrating winter break.

I look forward to winter break, getting together with my kids and grandkids to have a good time. Perhaps catch a few movies, eat out and celebrate the new year.

What does this time signifies for you? Does it brings good memories or do you feel lonely?

Please share your thoughts in the comments section or you can write your own post and link it to this one so that I can find it.

As usual, thanks of visiting and reading.



55 thoughts on “Sunday Poser # 112

  1. Wishing you a merry Christmas.

    What this time of year means to me.

    Goodness, kindness, being our best. Hope and lightness. A newness. Remembering loved ones not here.. A time of good cheer and love for all. Good will. Compassion and being our very best self. ThIs what it means to me.

    But I deeply recognise this time of year can be the most loveliest, painful, emotional challenging and deeply hurtful time of year. Because we don’t always behave with kindness and goodwill to all. It has become too commercial.

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  2. I hope you have a lovely holiday period Sadje. For me it is a time of isolation and a time to be got through as quickly as possible, but I do wish everyone else a wonderful time.

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  3. It the most favourite time of the year for me. Though the nest was empty but we managed a nice barbecue, with a carrot, walnut cinnamon cake I bakes, some fresh yummy salad, pesto and mulled wine, all made at home. What was comforting was to have my neophews over and the doggos and DH for company.

    Grateful for the cheer, despite the girls being away.

    I wish you a merry new 2023, dear Sadje.

    Big hugs xoxo

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  4. I am a progressive Christian, so it to me “should” signify Jesus’ birth, but I haven’t felt God’s presence this year really at all. My husband hasn’t been reading from the Bible this Christmas either. This year, I’m feeling quite lonely.

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  5. I have to admit that although I celebrate Christmas, and I have a small family, it takes a last-minute push to get me in the mood for all the traditional activities that we attach to the holiday: cooking, gifts, decorating, entertaining, shows and recitals. It’s all I know, though, and I do enjoy it. Did you read Kirstin’s WQW post? She gets into the spirit of Christmas and truly gives to everyone she sees. To me, that is the true essence of Christmas. We can’t replicate what happened no many how many managers and babies we have around our homes. The only way I know to make it count is to spread the cheer and love to others. That is what makes Christmas meaningful to me.

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