A belated Merry Christmas


I realize Christmas Day has come and gone and yet I still want to post my Christmas poem. 
Actually, I want to post my Christmas picture of Levi cuz I think he's just too cute!
 
 
My Christmas Poem for 2015 
 
No fancy decorations
Just simple red decor
 
No music, no laughter
Just silence galore
 
Neighborhood gifts passed out in light rain
Forced movement to try and ignore my pain
 
In just two days Christmas will be here
A small celebration without some wanting to be near
 
Tis the season said to be the most wonderful of all
And only one thought stops me from curling into a ball
 
Our Lord and Savior came as a babe to this earth
To save wretched souls like mine beginning at birth
 
I thank Thee, Lord Jesus, for leaving Your home above
Please bless those missed dearly with hearts full of love.


-- Poem written by Stacey Dawn, 2015 




Isn't Levi just precious?  And, I didn't even have to "torture" him with pretend antlers or a red ball.  All of the effects are from the free section of PicMonkey.*

I hope you had a wonderful and blessed Christmas!

My Christmas celebration was different than the previous years.  It was good though.... and very special in its own unique ways.

One of my favorite moments was attending our Christmas Eve service.  A gentleman sang "Hallelujah."  He has a voice that reminds me of my Dad.... and he sings that song like none other.  The lyrics and the melody stir my spirit, bring tears to my eyes and lift my soul to a level that just know is very close to Heaven. 

Until next time may your day be filled with light and laughter...
SD

* I'm not advertising nor am I an affiliate for PicMonkey.  I just like to play around with their photo editing themes from time to time.

10 comments

  1. May I wish you a Happy New Year.Hope the year will be filled with blessings.

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    1. I wish the same for you Ruth!! You are such a dear ... Blessings to you!

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  2. What a sweet dog and lovely words.

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    1. Thank you!! Blessings to you!

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  3. Merry Christmas, Stacey! Looking forward to a healthier, wonderful 2016 for all of us!

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    1. Oh Anita - I pray and hope so!! Happy New Year!

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  4. I like your very intimate and totally real poem.
    Glad to see you back in the blogging mode.
    Life certainly has it's twists and turns.
    Praying this year will be filled with peace, returned health and fresh joy in your heart.
    with Love
    Sue

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    1. Thank you Sue for your kind words. Thank you for your prayer.... I pray it for you as well and may it be so....

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  5. Right back attcha' girlfriend. I love your little red nosed levideer, Rudolf has nothin' on him.

    Sounds like you had a wonderfully peaceful Christmas celebrating the true meaning of the reason for the season.

    We endured a flood (yep another) over the weekend. The cattle are all on the mountain tops this time. No pastures of bovine had to take swimmin' lessons....Heeehehehe!

    God bless ya girl and you and your mama have a marvelous New Year!!!!

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    1. Nezzy - I'm so sorry you had to endure another flood. I heard one was to be expected and prayed for you.... so glad no cattle were hurt this time. Chat with you soon!!

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