Monday, December 12, 2011


Music Muse
You Better Be Good For Goodness Sake

Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
She's Simply Awesome
Around my neighborhood Saturday night,
Santa - singly, in couples, and groups,
were hurrying off in every direction.
No one seemed to mind being photographed. 
Later I asked, and found out
it was a face book event.
A Family Out Playing
 Christmas Time Is Here
Even The Fortune Teller Had One

I'm Dreaming
 Who remembers when they stopped believing?
Maybe you were one of the ones raised
progressive - never believed in Santa. 
Wise men following a star?
Anyone out there celebrate Hanukkah,
Kwanzaa, Yule, or Solstice?
Do Buddhists celebrate the Season?
What do Muslims commemorate mid-Winter?

Here's A Helpful List
Winter Festivals Worldwide



deanna7trees said...

i enjoyed the 'winter solstice celebration'. as a child we celebrated Chanukah. a little present each night for 8 nights and special sweets made by grandma. it was lots of fun.

Karen Wallace said...

Beautiful post. Hugs Karen

Nancy said...

Michelle- I have celebrated Hanukkah, Christmas and winter solstice (but unfortunately only once).
I did not see Festivus mentioned, which until just now I did not realize had started before Seinfeld, in 1966!

Happy everything to you. Stay warm and take care.