What did people eat for breakfast in 330 AD?
It’s Christmas time again. This has been going on year after year since 330 AD when the Catholic church created a Mass for Christs’ nativity to commence on, or close to, the Solstice celebrations.
I wonder if squirrels like fruitcake?
It has been wet, but not cold enough for significant amounts of snow, here at the Tree House Senior Apartments, but our beautiful surrounding mountains are decked out in winter white.
Lassen Volcanic National Park on December 16, 2019
Tomorrow I will have lived here, in my Tree House Apartment, for 12 years. I guess that could warrant a Solstice celebration of some sort.
All this cactus needs is a little Santa hat.
I took a walk around the Arboretum the other day to see what, if anything, was in bloom. There were some colorful leaves, a few birds and the rain had provided a few reflecting pools, (okay, they were puddles).
Tree appears in a magic reflecting pool.
It has been a good month for singing popular Christmas songs. If you don’t know me, I sing and play for old people each month, including every Monday here where I live at the Treehouse Senior Apartments. I enjoy sharing the gift of music and song.
Wishing you a Happy Holiday of your choice
I think I will go Wassailing later today.