Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Christmas Time's A -Comin'

The last few days have been busy with getting the decorations out and our Christmas tree up. As you probably noticed, I've been neglecting this blog. There's still gifts to wrap, house cleaning, baking to get done as well as the final shopping trip. I'm a last minute person who never gets things done a long time before the holidays....it's the last minute or nothing.

I trust the recent videos that I've been posting have been inspirational to you and most of all helpful in providing you additional information about kidney cancer. The main reason in my posting them on my blog, is to advise that there is lots of information out there, as well as lots of support. Don't forget to visit the kidney cancer website at www.kidneycancercanada.org to obtain excellent references and answers to your questions and concerns.

I've removed the music playlist as now you have to also post the video that accompanies the music, and for now that's not what I'm looking for on the blog. I will soon have another playlist available though, so keep checking back to hear the Christmas melodies I have chosen.

One very important ornament that takes top place on our Christmas tree over these past few years is the one pictured above...it was given to my husband back in 2006 and we still hang it on our living room wall once the tree is taken down, to remind us that there is always HOPE and to never give up. All you need to do, is look at the photo of my husband putting the angel ontop of our tree again this Christmas season. I trust that you will also never forget this very simple word and hold onto it's true meaning in time of struggle.


I trust you will keep checking back to my blog..I'll not be posting regularly over the next few days but I will soon have Christmas music back up, and I will be posting a special Christmas message for everyone!

What is Christmas? It is tenderness for the past, courage for the present, hope for the future.

1 comment:

karen in ottawa canada said...

great photos Deb! your tree is beautiful - hubby ain't bad either!
Hugs to you both!