Thursday, December 25, 2014


A Selective Review

The Forties

Suspense Theater
staring Peter Lorre

The Fifties
The Honeymooner 
Christmas Show

The Sixties

And So Happy Christmas
John Lennon and Yoko Ono

The Seventies
Crosby Stills and Nash

The Eighties
Santa Clause Was Pagan Too
by Rants and Rambles

The Nineties
East meets West
with Hindu Symphonia

Two Thousand

The Spirit of Solstice
with Wyrd Sisters 

Christmas Lights
by May Sarton

When everyone had gone
I sat in the library
With the small silent tree,
She and I alone.
How softly she shone!
And for the first time then
For the first time this year,
I felt reborn again,
I knew loves presence near.
Love distant, love detached
And strangely without weight,
Was with me in the night
When everyone had gone
And the garland of pure light
Stayed on, stayed on.



grace Forrest~Maestas said...

Love to you, Michelle

MulticoloredPieces said...

Great post--Wonderful line-up!

Mo Crow said...

love seeing your beautiful soul shining through the years

Saskia van Herwaarden said...

may merriment be a large part of your celebrations, thank you for your friendship x

Nancy said...

Love seeing this walk through your decades. I really enjoyed the Wyrd Sisters and share it with an old friend. I am always so fascinated to see pieces of your younger life, before I knew you. It, in fact, only makes my fondness for you grow all the deeper. Hope this season brings you enough of all you desire. xo Nancy

Velma Bolyard said...

such memories! and may, well that's a nifty poem.

Peggy said...

Michelle, this is so fabulous, it's going to take me some time to see it all -- thank you, thank you! You add so much to my life -- wishing you much love and happiness in the year ahead. xoxo