Happy Holidays 2022

How can we find a path forward

With the world in such disarray?

Perhaps starting at the local level and

Being active will lead the way.

A sad good-bye began our year

With Kashi’s unexpected passing

Although we miss her sweet face

Our memories will be everlasting.

Robert underwent a second hip surgery

As the pain became chronic

Back on his feet and doing well now

He can truly be called bionic!

Traveling north and south by car

And flying back east this past spring

We reunited with family and friends

The most important thing.

We each had milestone birthdays

Celebrations with happy tears

Though Robert earned his Medicare status

I have to wait five years!

I’ve surpassed my 100th blog post – yay!

Writing and mentoring keep me on my toes

While Robert is busy consulting and

Building a new business with all he knows.

Being kind and respectful with others

As we openly listen and discuss

May help bring us closer together for

The next generation is looking to us.

                                           

Wishing you and your loved ones all the best!

2 thoughts on “Happy Holidays 2022

  1. I am sorry to hear about Kashi passing. Great news about bionic Robert though!

    I always enjoy your Yultetide poem and this year is no exception! Thank you. Ironically, your card arrived today – yay!

    Wishing you a wonderful Holiday season and best wishes for 2023!

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    1. Thank you Rachel. We miss both Kashi and Capers. We may add a new beagle to our household in 2023. We’ll see how things go. So glad you got our card and we got yours, too! Best wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season!

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