Monthly Archives: December 2017
Christmas of 1988 was my first year as a teacher, and the way things were going, it looked like it would be my last. On a sweltering late August day, the interview for my first teaching job ended like this, “You can have the position, but you won’t last until Christmas.” The charge was to […]
This is a favorite quote from a true story in our book called Christmas Miracles. If you’re in the mood for a holiday story, here’s the link ~ https://lessonsinloveliness.com/2016/12/18
“When I no longer thrill to the first snow of the season, I’ll know I’m growing old.” ~Lady Bird Johnson
‘Tis the season of hope! Celebrate!
I was only in the seventh grade in 1997, but I remember watching Elton John’s moving tribute to the late Princess Diana during her televised funeral. I can also vividly recall images of thousands of cut flowers placed in front of Kensington Palace after her death. But the one image etched permanently in my brain […]
We’re ending the week with some wise words from Mother Maya. Have a lovely weekend, friends!