Happy Monday, everyone! As promised, I've something extra special for you today since I botched up Mundane Monday last week.
On Facebook, I asked you all to help me choose a cover for a short story I was doing. You chose this happy winner . . .
Can something as small and insignificant as a sled really change the lives of a few insignificant boys for Christmas?
If you loved Dickens' A Christmas Carol you'll adore this short Christmas story about kindness, innocence, and love.
I'm so, so honored that I'm able to offer this free of charge. It was a huge blessing to me when I wrote it and it just makes my heart soar that I'm able to share it with you!
Perhaps We Can Have Christmas in March?
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Christmas doesn't come but once a year. We hear that a lot.
Maybe I'm just a little bit crazy about Christmas, and a little too stuck on tradition and the childhood magic of it, but I'm sure one for believing that Christmas doesn't come just once a year.
Yeah, and it's hard and kind of false to live "a holly, jolly" life with mistletoe and a big belly laugh. But I'm not for false joys.
I'm for the real kind of giving from a heart that is thankful.
From a life that is lived in love.
From eyes that find the good.
From hands that share the beauty.
This is Christmas all year round.
Happy Christmas in March, everyone.