Holidays

There is therefore no condemnation

December 24, 2008

To those who celebrate Christmas…. 🙂

Have a wonderful day.  Make it mean whatever you want it to mean and be thankful that you have what you have.

And in the interests of full acknowledgement of every person on the planet may I wish you a:

Happy Hanukkah (it started first), Merry Christmas,  Happy Kwanzaa, Happy Solstice and for all the atheists?   Happy December 25th, may tomorrow be like every other day of your life.

  • And a happy Christmas to you too, Heidi! 🙂

    I no longer celebrate it myself, but that’s a personal choice.

  • The last line of your comment gives me a large smile on my face. Merry Christ’s Birth to you as well.

  • Merry Christmas, Heidi!

  • Have a wonderful holiday season with your most excellent family young lady! (I can say that cos I’m older by seconds 😉

    TADA!
    WW 🙂

  • PD

    Atheists keep Christmas as a special day – it was theirs before Christians. It’s special to us too – just not the same as to Christians. Atheists and Deists keep it for the celebration of family, love and friends.

    Merry Christmas to you!

  • Ok, PD. You inspired me.