Lechyd a hwyliau da

horse pulled sled

horse pulled sled (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Merry Christmas, Joyous midwinter celebrations. May our dreams for the New Year be realised in the months ahead.

Lechyd a hwyliau da

Listening to Christmas music from traditional Carols to Country & Western renditions, I know that it is Christmas Eve, and tomorrow is when many will celebrate the Birth of Jesus Christ. Family is also central to the festivities, and many will be gathered around beautiful Yule trees. And there will be presents. I will be with some of my family, although aware of the faces that are missing, especially my late mother, Nidia.

On the Solstice, I posted my initial greetings for this special and wondrous period of the year, plus some links to other words of wisdom and wit. In that spirit, I wish to say that my joyful thoughts and wishes go out to all my readers, however and whenever you choose to celebrate the great gifts that are granted to us.

However, the images of those that suffer cannot be ignored and my thoughts and prayers are with them. Whether they are hungry, struggling to make ends meet, in fear of their lives, or persecuted for their beliefs, we have to stand up and fight for their rights while we have food, money and love. Perhaps in 2014 there can be true Peace on Earth, and Goodwill to All Men,

Lechyd a hwyliau da

Two Horsepower

Two Horsepower (Photo credit: Peter E. Lee)

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