Sunday, 2 December 2012

Sunday


A day of contemplation
which led to the realisation of the nearness of Christmas
which led to feelings of mild panic
which led to an easy decision
my Christmas will be celebrated with
simplicity

8 comments:

Pet said...

And where you live in the beach! Last year we spent Christmas on a beach in Florida, it was a bit weird.
Note: This year we'll be in Minneapolis, surrounded by 5 feet of snow at least, much more befitting! So much for simplicity :-)
It is true, the more sophisticated our societies, the more we seek simplicity as an ideal. Everything seems upside down sometimes, doesn't it?

meine Dinge ♥ Franka said...

I love simplicity -
but at Christmas I need many candlelights and a bit of glitter.


♥ Franka

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Judith:
How splendid to have discovered your most attractive and enticing blog through your 'visit' to ours. Thank you so much for becoming a Follower and for leaving a comment to which we have made reply. Looking through your posts we are so very drawn to your wonderful images and your most succinct writing. We very much wish to Follow you and will hopefully be able to do this, since you do not appear to have Followers, through email.

Judith said...

I still have to have candles Franka, but I can forgo the glitter! :) x

Judith said...

Hello Jane and Lance,
Thank you for your visit here. I have finally added the subscribe by email to my side bar. Thank you also for your very kind words. I look forward to following your blog.

Judith said...

Yes Pet, everthing does seem upside down at times! Because of the commercialism that goes with Christmas I especially crave for simplicity and also in my life in general. x

Nikki Fisher said...

Very wise Judith! x

Karen said...

Well said and wisely thought. I agree and am trying my best to keep things simple...but you know....easier said than done! xo PS LOVELY photos!!!!