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Here is my Christmas Wish for you

Alas, I don’t have a new post for you today but I thought I would re-share this Christmas poem I wrote a couple of years ago. I feel that the sentiment is evergreen when it comes to the festive season although being 2020 I am aware that the families gather line may not be a reality for many people this year, which is incredibly sad. I read somewhere yesterday (sorry I can’t remember where) and someone said they were not seeing the family this Christmas so they could enjoy them for more years to come. If you are missing out on loved ones this year my thoughts are with you and I hope that you can at least have a virtual visit. 

Living Creatively with Fibro | A Spoonies Christmas Wish

Until next time,
Gentle Hugs,
Susan

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    • Thanks Nikki, Christmas is my favourite time of the year. It would be very unusual for me not to be feeling festive by December. Last night we had the switching on of the lights in the village with lots of stalls and entertainment. I feel thoroughly festive now although the IBS is doing all it can to stop me.

  • Thanks so much Susan! and thank you for everything you have done for the wider fibro community this year, and also supporting our facebook groups and always joining in at Fibro link ups

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