Merry Christmas, Friends

Da Goddess @ 00:09

May your day be everything you’d hoped for, or something close to it. If you’re on your own today, I get that it can be lonely and frustrating

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, irritating and crazy-making. But, many of us are in the same boat and I think it’s safe to say whoever you’re missing is likely missing you just as much. If possible, give them a call or send them an email, tweet, or message them on Facebook – if that’s your thing. Reach out and let them know they’re in your thoughts.

Go out for a walk today if the weather permits. Hell, even if the weather doesn’t! Just be safe and smart about it.

Make up a plate of comfort food and eat until you’ve had your fill.

Let this be the one day you indulge your appetites and make it a party. Yes

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, you CAN have a party of one. Use this as a means of practicing for when we all reenter society at some unspecified date in the (hopefully) near future.

Be kind to yourself today. Be kind to others you may encounter. Mask up. Stay safe. And remember how sweet life will be when we’re able to join those we love most and celebrate together. Hold out for that day, BUT don’t forget to find simple joys now, too.

Merry Christmas from our home to yours!

If you feel overwhelmed by the day/season/life in general, please dial 800-273-8255 and someone will be there to help you.


  1. Merry Christmas Goddess!

    Comment by pam — 2020/12/26 @ 14:42

  2. I hope you had a great holiday, Pam!

    Comment by Da Goddess — 2021/01/01 @ 11:22

  3. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Joanie!

    Comment by Beth Donovan — 2020/12/29 @ 15:30

  4. And the same to you, Beth! Hope you and John are well. Miss you both!

    Comment by Da Goddess — 2021/01/01 @ 11:21

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