It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas

In this cold, wintery weather, the quail enjoy the seed I’ve tossed on the ground for them

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The fountain continues to flow underneath its dome of ice

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While inside it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas (only took me three days to get the tree decorated)

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This blog is coming to you courtesy of High Desert Hospice, who adjusted the dosages of husband’s medication yesterday and had their chaplain, the Soul Whisperer, visit with husband – between the two of those things, he slept well all night and is sleeping still, allowing me a good night’s rest and quiet time this morning. For this, I am more grateful than I can say! I dedicate this post to those wonderful people.

It is a season of enough.

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About Carol

I'm me - nothing unusual, just me. Widowed, 2 grown children who are my best friends, 2 dogs, 1 cat, retired, loving being retired. I am woman, I am strong.
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14 Responses to It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas

  1. SuziCate says:

    Hospice is a wonderful organization. The group who worked with our family during my father’s illness were so helpful.

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  2. Sheri B says:

    We’re hoping that your husband continues to have peaceful nights and days. You’re in our thoughts & prayers. Merry Christmas, Carol

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  3. I’m so glad you’re getting a peaceful break, Carol. Blessings to you and your husband on this holiday season. xxx oh, and your tree is lovely, even if it did take 3 days to decorate…

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  4. Colleen says:

    What lovely photos Carol, your tree is very beautiful this year. And I am glad for the rest you both had and for the gift of Hospice.

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  5. Heather says:

    I’m happy that you’re both getting rest. What a blessing, though it can seem like a small thing when you’re getting plenty of it. Your tree is lovely. It looks very cheerful and warm. Our cats still dictate that we don’t have a tree. One day…

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  6. lisa says:

    God bless HIgh Desert Hospice and the Soul Whisperer. They sound like angels. Your tree is so pretty. So happy you found a few moments to yourself.

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  7. Carol – Hospice is an amazing heart-based organization. I’m so glad for the gift of respite they’ve given you. Your photographs are lovely. Absolutely lovely.

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  8. Robin says:

    Your tree is beautiful, Carol. Hospice is such an amazing organization, and I’m sure the people who work for Hospice must be angels of some kind.

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  9. It seems like many of your followers, including myself, have experience with hospice. They are, indeed angels for what they do. I am glad they can give you enough- enough time to enjoy nature or decorating, enough peace of mind and enough sleep. All the best, Laura.

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  10. Robin says:

    I can’t say enough about how wonderful hospice is.
    Peace and restful days and nights to you and your husband.
    Your tree is beautiful.

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  11. Angelia Sims says:

    Grateful you both get some peace and rest. The tree and ornaments are just beautiful. It all looks very tranquil. I hope your Christmas is white and as beautiful as you are! Blessings, my dear.

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  12. dawnkinster says:

    Glad you had a break. Hospice is absolutely wonderful, I’m so glad you have them as support. Have a peaceful weekend Carol. Been thinking about you.

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  13. Kathy says:

    So glad you had some help and were able to decorate your tree–and share a blog. You are lucky to have quail feeding beneath your feeder. Many blessings to you this holiday season, Carol.

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  14. Dear Carol,
    I am so glad you have some helping hands. As always, your photos are beautiful, and your wonderful voice comes through with every word. Thinking of you, and sending you my best wishes.

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