Christmas, Christmas time is here…
We watched Allison and the Kentucky Christian University Choir perform their annual Christmas show Friday night, yesterday we sang with Belle’s Chapel Free Will Baptist Church at our community sing at Walnut Grove Free Will Baptist Church and, just an hour later, we watched Matt sing with the Lawrence County High School Choir at the Louisa – Fort Gay Ministerial Association’s community sing. Tonight we have our annual Christmas dinner at Louisa Middle School and Wednesday, December 19th, is our last day of school before Christmas break. As busy as times are, it is important to slow down and enjoy the holiday season. Take time, most things can wait.
This is National Hand washing Awareness Week. Take time to wash up, stay clean and stay healthy. There’s no point in getting sick when something so simple can keep you relatively healthy. Hey, I’m a schoolteacher, and we get exposed to everything, so we need any edge we can get. One thing I appreciate at Walt Disney World is the smell of the soap and shampoo. We accumulate as much of it as we can and we’ve even bought more at H2O+ on line. There is something about that smell that brings back all sorts of Disney memories. That’s a perfect excuse to visit Walt Disney World, the smells; every part of every place at WDW has its unique smell. Make your own olfactory memories.
Today is National Roof Over Your Head Day, a day to be thankful for your home, the place where you can relax, let your guard down and be safe and warm. I think one of the more interesting places for you to visit at Walt Disney World is the Norway pavilion at EPCOT where you can experience a roof over your head made of dirt and grass, a sod roof. So don’t be a sod, and enjoy the sod, and thank God for the roof over your head, whatever that roof might be.
Remember, your best excuse is always: waiting for your dreams to come true.