I'm currently snuggled in a warm fluffy bed watching my favorite of the old 70s "clay-mation" Christmas specials: A Year Without a Santa with my daughter is who is feeling achy all over and very tired. Most likely she is just worn out after a sleepover and a very busy errand day, but we are taking it easy (and missing a dear friend's Nutcracker show) this evening to make sure.
Tomorrow is Gaudete Sunday (wow - how'd we get here so quickly?!) and I'd hoped to get the tree up and some lights today...but it will just have to wait. How was your Saturday? Are you settling in for a quiet home evening, too? How about some reading?
:-: from one of the best resources for those concerned about education, CiRCE Institute, a list of 5 great books for gifting this Christmas. And while you are there, consider making a donation of ANY amount and you will have access to a some of the best downloadable audios available today!
:-: This was a great article: Make Better Choices by Asking Two Simple Questions.
:-: Amy, a dear bloggy friend, from Splendor in the Ordinary has a really wonderful series about the Church Year. Even if you are an "old hand" at the liturgical year, you'll find these posts edifying.