Sunday, December 24, 2006

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    Christmas, children, is not a date. It is a state of mind.
    -Mary Ellen Chase

    I chose the above quotation very carefully. I'm working today, all night, and tomorrow morning. Of course. But hospitals are easy places to count your blessings, and this year I have many, not the least of which is work I love. So that Christmas state of mind? It'll still be there tomorrow when the beau and I celebrate Christmas with his family. See how the blessings just pile up if you look? Merry Christmas, all!

    11 Comments:

    Blogger Jenn said...

    Merry Christmas to you and your beau! Don't work too hard this weekend!

    12/24/2006 6:28 AM  
    Blogger Carole said...

    Merry Chritmas!

    12/24/2006 6:37 AM  
    Blogger Rebecca said...

    Merry Christmas, Theresa!

    12/24/2006 7:34 AM  
    Blogger LadyLungDoc said...

    Merry christmas!

    12/24/2006 8:12 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Merry Christmas!

    12/24/2006 11:39 AM  
    Anonymous Leah said...

    Merry Christmas Theresa!!

    12/24/2006 8:15 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Merry Christmas!

    12/24/2006 10:50 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Some things, like hospitals and firefighting can't just shut down for holidays. It's people like you, who reschedule your own holidays to be there, who keep everything working. The rest of us recognize this and thank you greatly, even as we seem to take you for granted.

    Marry Christmas and a Happy New Year

    12/25/2006 10:27 AM  
    Blogger bbstewart said...

    Merry Christmas!

    12/25/2006 7:16 PM  
    Anonymous Emily said...

    Merry Day After Christmas!

    12/26/2006 10:26 AM  
    Anonymous Rachel said...

    Merry Christmas, Theresa! I hope you had a wonderful celebration even if it was somewhat different than in previous years. I couldn't agree more that Christmas is not about the date. Turn off the TV, turn on the tree, and Christmas just IS, whatever the day.

    12/26/2006 3:18 PM  

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