Won’t be long for Christmas/Merry Christmas 2010


Its cool out side in North Georgia and today, Sunday the sky is blue now the Moon rising is full.  The leaves have turned from gold and red along their branches to brown on the ground like a matte of passing snow.  This Christmas as always will be a Joy of the birth of Jesus, a son sent to pay for the sins of all mankind in advance. Truly his karma will never be challenged because of his gift for eternal salvation.  With this upon me always, I will cellebrate life, memories, sunsets and sunrise, rare moments of beauty in nature the human spirit, knowledge reveled and faith in life still to come.

MERRY CHRISTMAS

2010

Hope-Redemption-Salvation



Christmas day draws near….


Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat,

Please to put a penny in the old man’s hat;

If you haven’t got a penny, a ha’penny will do,

If you haven’t got a ha’penny, God bless you!

—Beggar’s rhyme-The Old Farmers Almanac

 

December comes from the Latin word decem meaning “ten” because this had been the tenth month of the early Roman calendar.
This year, December 2 is the first day of Chanukah. This eight-day Jewish festival begins at sundown on December 1; each night brings the lighting of the Chanukiah.
December 6 is Saint Nicholas Day. St. Nicholas, the patron saint of children, inspires traditions around the world from hunts for presents to stockings with sweets.
The 8th of the month brings the Islamic New Year. This celebration comes on the first day in the lunar calendar, which begins at the first sighting of the lunar crescent after the new Moon.
St. Lucia’s Day on the 13th has long been associated with festivals of light. Before the Gregorian calendar reform in 1752, her feast day occurred on the shortest day of the year (hence the saying “Lucy light, Lucy light, shortest day and longest night”).
The winter solstice falls on the 21st.  In 2010, the first day of winter also brings a total lunar eclipse of the full Moon!
December 25 is Christmas Day, a Christian holiday commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ.  Following Christmas is Boxing Day (Canada) on the 26.

On the last evening of the year, December 31, kiss the person you hope to keep kissing!