A Visit From Saint Nicolas

Blog 1892 – 11.29.2020

A Visit From Saint Nicholas

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A Visit From Saint Nicholas

Today’s favorite Christmas poem is more widely know by the first line, “Twas The Night Before Christmas…” Much of what we know or think we know about Santa Claus is contained in those few pages of rhyming lines. But then it would be quite difficult to truly size anyone up in a few stanzas.

I believe all loved ones deserve their own book or several volumes. I try to keep my blogs, short, sweet, and to the point. Wherever I start out and no matter how far a field I wander before circling back I find I have but this one three pronged aim always in mind: To entertain, maybe enlighten a bit, but most of all to encourage my readers.

Life for all of us has ups and downs, ebbs and flows, and an encouraging word is one of the best treasures than comes to us on the tide. My wife is a lover of sand and surf while I prefer the mountains, especially snow capped ones, but we agree it is always more about the journey than the destination.

This time of year much thought by the child in all of us is about a certain red clad guy’s annual road trip. He goes by many names and is widely known around the world and no matter which language you are reading this in, the final words of his story always ring true, “Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night.”

Your friend and fellow traveler,

David White

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Christmas In Dixie

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