Sunday Post: Christmas Trees . . . . but I don’t “do” Christmas Trees

I completed graduate school on Friday. So I am jumping back into the blogging world with both feet and shouting and singing Glory Glory Glory! Sooooo…. thinking I would pick up with what was formerly my regular Sunday Post, I checked out this week’s assignment, and lo and behold it is “Christmas Trees.” Well, I would do something Chanukah-ish, but we have already done that this year. Instead here is a photo of a wintery scene that I hope will pass muster for this assignment! Β (Yay! I’m back!!! A more thoughtful, reflective post about the past three and a half years of following a dream is soon to come!). Β Enjoy your holidays whatever they are, stay safe and stay warm. πŸ™‚




11 thoughts on “Sunday Post: Christmas Trees . . . . but I don’t “do” Christmas Trees

  1. Congratulations for degree. I know what it takes. Although I am Protestant I got my MA religious studies at a Catholic university. They made me do more work for those 30 hours than five years of undergrad. Or was that six? Well it was the 60’s after all. I graduated 12th in my class. There were 12 of us.

    1. HAHAHA! Yes, Carl, that is indeed how I feel. The internship was intense and exacerbated by the fact that I still had other courses going on, too! It was mad. But I’m done. Don’t know where I place in the class, just that I am DONE and feel a great sense of accomplishment. Now to get on with the task of finding gainful employment and begin paying back a huge student loan bill. :-/

    1. Thanks Barbara. You have been so encouraging through most of this journey. I appreciate your words of encouragement and affirmation. Thank you for stopping by. It is always good to “see” you.

  2. Your trees are so pretty frosted with snow. I give you an A on this. πŸ™‚ Congratulations on your great feat of conquering grad school!

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