So many holidays are approaching! And all of them are festivals of light, love and song! Yule/Winter Solstice, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas… If I haven’t included something you celebrate, please share!
The prevailing thought this time of year is that even in the darkness of Winter, the sun rises again. And that is the warm fuzzy part of Winter. 🙂
Now for the fun stuff. I’m offering handmade prizes from now through January 6, 2013, and all you have to do is share something!
Tell me your favorite light-filled, spiritual, religious, family-and-friends or solo holiday tradition or ritual… Fave song? Memory? Cookies? Ok I’ll stop now… Share whatever you want about something special to you. You don’t even need to know why you think it’s special. It’s enough that you feel this way!
Also, tell me how you share feelings of love and joy with others. It may be a physical action, a blessing, thought, prayer… And this is not an all-inclusive list! I want to hear, in your own words and feelings, what makes you feel good and how that extends to others.
I’ll be posting prize pics throughout the holiday season, as I create the items. For now, think about your most meaningful, warm and fuzzy Winter (or Summer if you’re down under!) happiness, and share it as a comment on this post.
This is one way I’m spreading the handmade, holiday spirit of light and giving. It’s not really a contest… But as many prizes as I come up with, I’ll choose that many of my favorite comments, the ones I resonate with or however that works, and send you a prize!
1. Comment on this post about something special to you during this season (see above).
2. Include how your feelings reach out to others.
3. Leave an email address with your comment so I can contact you and send your prize! It will not be published.
4. Share as many times as you like! These things have a way of multiplying… 😀
5. Tell your friends! Please share this on Facebook, Twitter, the back of your hand, your blog, wherever you share stuff you like, as allowed by common sense and legal say-so.
Thank you for spreading peace – not just during the “holiday season” – but all year, through your thoughts, words and actions toward yourself and others!