Winter arrives with a cold blast
I can hardly believe that Thanksgiving is upon us and quickly to follow is Christmas. No longer having Bradley in the household has changed the dynamics of the holiday season. In stead of the hustle and bustle of morning breakfasts and getting ready for school, the house remains quiet and calm. Gone are the days of school activities and friends over to build space ships with Legos or save the world on the Xbox. Gone are the days with Bradley and friends saving the neighborhood with super hero powers. It's funny how some of the most irritating things can become what is missed the most. Toys strewn on the floor were always found by my tender feet. Now I kind of wish I couldn't find one just for old times sake. Life moves on and so Bradley has moved on into a life of Dad, brothers, sister, stepmom, and grandma.
Here's hoping that the Thanksgiving and Christmas season will be a wonderful time filled with joy and happiness for us all. I'm certainly praying that all health issues are done and only health filled days are ahead.
Let us not grow weary of doing good. For at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. Galatians 6:9
Have a great Thanksgiving everyone.