Wishing a very merry Christmas to everyone who celebrates it, and a happy day to everyone else.
It’s clear and frosty here, as if nature has silvered every surface in celebration. Other parts of the UK woke up to find the outdoors gift-wrapped in an artistic smattering of snow.
This year is different. It is hard to feel unmixed joy, but perhaps all joy has a poignant character we usually don’t notice.
My thoughts are with every reader who has to provide their own cheeriness today when they would usually be with someone they love; everyone who lost someone during 2020 or is worried; everyone spending time away from their own loved ones so they can look after other people’s.
If wishes and hopes can help, I’m sending a heaping of them.
And, as love helps the world go round, a hat tip to those who can pick out a white heart on the stones.
57 Replies to “Dry Stone Wall At Christmas”
So nicely and thoughtfully written❣ Yes, I see the white heart 🤍 Wishing you a Merry Christmas!!
Thank you! I’m glad you spotted it.
That’s lovely! A sort of wall of Rudolph’s noses 🙂 🙂 Hope you had a nice Christmas, Susan.
Now that would have made a great title!
I think this year showed how tough and resilient we were with all those ups and downs..Hope your Holidays were filled with gratitude and good tidings…Cheers to coming of a brand New Year!
It was certainly a year of trials. I hope the New Year has started off well for you.
From home to home, and heart to heart, from one place to another. The warmth and joy of Christmas, brings us closer to each other. ~ Emily Matthews
Have a wonderful Christmas and joyous days ahead with warm laughter. Take care.
Thanks, Kally. Very best wishes for 2021!
Love sure does make the world go round! 🙂 Hope you had a super Christmas
It has to be something that keeps us all spinning. 🙂
Thanks, Lisa and wishing you a happy 2021.
I found your heart in your words and your photo. ❤️ I hope that the New Year will bring hope to us all.
I hope so too!
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