Tuesday, December 23, 2014

A Merry Christmas to my Dear Friends


The cookies are baked for Santa...


And we will be dreaming of Sugar Plums...


So, I will wish you a Merry Christmas....


And a Happy New Year!
xoxo

While making Christmas plans my Dear Daughter, Heather, 
who has been battling bronchitis for weeks, 
was admitted to the hospital for some intravenous
antibiotics, as the oral pills were not doing the job
and she now has pneumonia. 
She is responding well, already, and the Dr. said 
she might be able to come home for Christmas. 
If not, we will postpone our celebration until she can join us. 

So this year, we have some wonderful things to be grateful for. 
Wishing you and your family many wonderful blessings, too, 
as you celebrate Christmas and the New Year. 
xoxo

33 comments:

  1. merry christmas!!! hugs, angie from germany

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  2. i'm hoping your daughter can join you for a timely christmas! either way, i know you'll love the family time. :)

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  3. Oh Karen Merry Christmas. I know your daughter is going to be home with you all she knows that you are going to have fun and lots of love that is the best medicine. Take care I know you are worried. HUGS HUGS B

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  4. A MERRY CHRISTMAS to your all...take care!
    Warm hug,
    Titti

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  5. Hi dear friends!,, y deseo que tengas una feliz Navidad y un próspero año nuevo junto a l tus seres queridos
    Cariños

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  6. Stopping by to wish you a Merry Christmas! And wishes to your daughter for wellness and good health again.

    Hugs,
    Brenda
    xox

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  7. I'll keep your daughter in my prayers. I hope she improves and gets to come home soon! Merry Christmas sweet friend. Hugs, Diane

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  8. Karen, you can be sure that I will keep your daughter in my prayers!
    I want to thank you for your kind words in your comment. Things are looking up and I may be blogging again:) Merry Christmas to you all!

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  9. Dearest Karen,
    Wishing Heather a speedy recovery and let's hope that the antibiotics via IV will do the job!
    Merry Christmas to all of you.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  10. Heather is in our prayers. Wishing you a happy and blessed holiday season.
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  11. Dear Karen,
    Merry Christmas to you adn all your loved ones!
    So glad, we met us here this year, you became a wonderful friend :O)
    Sending Love and hugs for a blessed Christmas,
    Claudia xo

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  12. In this joyous season, merry days and happy smiles are my wishes for you dear Karen ! Merry Christmas

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  13. I hope that your daughter is much better again very soon and can make it home for Christmas and that your day will be as good as it possibly can - because you can still have Christmas in the hospital I hope. Thinking of you and sending best wishes of all things for a great day and a wonderful 2015. xx

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  14. Not a fun way to spend the Christmas celebrations, but I pray she gets well , and you are all able to rejoice even more at the blessings of family support, strength, and prayer for God's healing throughout this time. The celebration of our Savior's birth, death, & resurrection requires nothing more than faith , and a family brought together in a hospital supporting & praying for a loved one can be joyous no matter the circumstance. Bless you. ( I hope though , she is able to celebrate with you at home )

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  15. Hi Karen, hope your daughter will respond to the medication so she can spend this happy season with you and the whole family.

    Love,
    Aida

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  16. I hope your daughter will be over the pneumonia soon, Karen, and can join in on the family festivities. Merry Christmas blessings to you and yours!

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  17. Many prayers and blessings for your daughter, Karen.
    May she find rest in her heart as she leans on the everlasting arms of God.
    Your cookies and display look just beautiful.
    Merry Christmas to you and your family.

    Much love, Debbie

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  18. Your home looks beautiful. A very Merry Christmas to you and, of course, all good wishes to your daughter for a speedy recovery!

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  19. Praying for your daughter, Heather, to be healed and home for Christmas. Blessings to you. Merry Christmas. Hugs. Pam

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  20. Poor Heather, that will be such a worry for you all. I will keep her in my prayers, and hope that Christmas brings you comfort, whenever you celebrate it. Merry Christmas, Karen. xox

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  21. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and joyous new year!

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  22. Praying Heather gets much better soon. We have a bad time with colds. My daughter was sick for a week in Oct. Like your Christmas post. Merry Christmas and hugs. God bless.

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  23. I do hope Heather recovers quickly and can join you for a very warm and happy Christmas with you all. Wishing you all a very merry Christmas and a happy and healthy 2015. Lots of love my friend. Chel x

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  24. I hope your daughter will get better and be out of the hospital for Christmas. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
    Hugs, Julie

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  25. Wishing your daughter 'get well' wishes and a Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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  26. Merry Christmas.
    My thoughts are with you and your daughter. It is horrible that she has become so ill. It is a bit of a game-changer. One of my friends also had dreadful complications at this time of year because of an underlying health condition. These complicated situations are dreadfully hard to understand. I hope she pulls through with the support of your hospital team. Help Heather make decisions based on her health needs. At least you can feel safe in the knowledge that you have good health care available and loving support within your family.
    Best wishes. Hold Christmas in your heart the whole year through.

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  27. Dear Karen,

    Merry Christmas
    from my family and my students.

    The land of love exists in our hearts.

    Yannis Politopoulos

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  28. Merry Christmas and best wishes for your daughter's speedy recovery.

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  29. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Karen! Hope your daughter feels better :)

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  30. Dear Karen, hope you had a wonderful Christmas and that your daughter got healthy enough to celebrate it with you on time. Those Christmas cookies look super delicious and I really like the icy blue hues in your bedroom. Very elegant! Wishing you and your loved ones a happy and healthy 2015! Warm regards,
    Christina

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  31. Karen,
    I do hope your daughter was able to enjoy some family time wth you, whatever day it was... Dates are not important, time spent with people we love is.
    Have a blessed new year!

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