Sunday, January 12, 2014

1366


in the sadness of
tangled Christmas lights hope anew...
Sunday savvy

--gillena cox

for many Catholics, according to the Liturgical calendar, the feast day of the baptism of The Lord Sunday ends the Christmas season


Today's is the first Sunday Savvy for 2014. Season of Christmas ends. Sunday Smiles
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Linking today to Recuerda Mi Corazon Post Cards From Paradise


SUNDAY TAGS:
tag 1 imaginary garden with real toads
tag 2 Kaleidoscope Sunday
tag 3 Magpie Tales
tag 4 Straight Out Of The Camera Sunday
tag 5 Sunday Scribblings 2
tag 6 Issa's Sunday Service
tag 7 Sunday In My City
tag 8 Silly Sunday
tag 9 Lovely Sunday Quotes
tag 10 Poetry pantry
tag 11 Shadow Shot Sunday

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14 comments:

oldegg said...

We must be very careful not to let commercial interests steal Christmas and make it their festival instead. We will lose a lot more than money wasted in the shops!

Gillena Cox said...

OE; Indeed, thanks for dropping in and sharing your thoughts

much love...

WabiSabi said...

Another Christmas come and gone. There have been so many... yet I still love it! Thanks for sharing!

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for dropping in WS


much love...

rebecca said...

every season a hope and a gift, and with it the challenge of letting go.
thank you for your light on this blessed sunday.

Gillena Cox said...

Rebecca, happy you dropped in

much love...

foxysue said...

Each days starts 'hope' anew with a little more 'savvy' hopefully!
with love...x

Bill said...

Epiphany
putting away
the lights

Gillena Cox said...

happy you dropped in Sue

much love...

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for sharing Bill

much love...

ms pie said...

i love the hope of christmas to remind us what hope we have....

Gillena Cox said...

Ms Pie, glad you stopped by

much love...

Miss Alister said...

I would go far to think on and experience the delicious melancholy in these words of yours: “the sadness of tangled Christmas lights” : )

Gillena Cox said...

Miss Alister, happy you stopped by

much love...