Last Minute Goose

Is it just Mother Goose…or did the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas just disappear into thin air? With great tears rolling down my feathery cheeks, I beg your forgiveness and apologize profusely for my lack of posting stories of my adventures. Surely, I will get caught up in the new year…

Our family has been together and for that I am most thankful. Here are a couple of pictures to prove that we haven’t just been siting on our beehives in front of the TV these past few weeks…

We found the perfect Christmas tree AGAIN!

We found the perfect Christmas tree AGAIN!

I had a happy birthday and received many sweet presents!

Believe it or not, there was absolutely no alcohol or substance abuse involved in this situation.

Believe it or not, there was absolutely no alcohol or substance abuse involved in this situation.

We visited the Lincoln Park Zoo and enjoyed the beautiful lights. Everybody was together except dear Jessi who was suffering from an ailment and could not join us…maybe next year.

Why is Mother Goose always clinging to her youngest gosling?

Why is Mother Goose always clinging to her youngest gosling?

With all of the goslings home for the holidays, Mother Goose has been happy as can be — hugging and kissing those kids with all her might. There has been non-stop feasting and fun! There have been shopping expeditions, but the shopping is still not complete. Sadly I must confess, I am a last minute goose.

Our church has had several good messages this month about the real meaning of Christmas…how to focus on Jesus, not to fear what lies ahead, to accept that life has loss but to build on what remains and Mother Goose especially loves the declaration “I will seek Jesus.” And so whilst I have been focusing and seeking and building and resting and feeling peaceful and joyful, Christmas has actually snuck up on me again, and here I sit without any presents under the lovely Christmas tree.

But there’s still two more days of Christmas consumerism available so off I go!

With a heart full of gratitude and joy, Mother Goose wishes you a very Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year!

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Dianna
    Dec 23, 2013 @ 07:52:32

    Well, don’t feel bad, Mother Goose: there are lots of last minute folks to keep you company!
    So glad that you and your family have had so much together time.
    Merry, Merry Christmas, my friend!


  2. Bunn
    Dec 23, 2013 @ 11:00:19

    Nothing wrong with last minute!!
    Why do today what can be put off until tomorrow!!


  3. Three Well Beings
    Dec 24, 2013 @ 03:02:16

    Christmas blessings to you, Mother Goose. I didn’t think you were home sitting with your feet up in front of the television! I was quite sure you were busy with your big family. It’s wonderful to see the closeness you all enjoy. Merry Christmas. ox


  4. jeff noel
    Dec 24, 2013 @ 06:13:39

    Merry Christmas. To my ear, you have been celebrating Christmas exactly as it should be, with the ones you love – the greatest gifts ever.


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