Merry Christmas!

Although I’m taking the day off to enjoy Christmas with my family, I’d like to wish each and every one of my readers and followers a most joyous holiday—whatever you celebrate, and however you celebrate it.

As for me, I think of this day as the time when a little baby boy came into the world and changed the course of human history. He brought us light and love even though He was born poor and never had a permanent home during the thirty-three years He spent here on Earth. He certainly has touched my life in many ways—some of which have yet to be made known to me—and I’ll always be grateful for His mercy and grace.

Merry Christmas!


Published by bpnurse

I'm a retired registered nurse and writer who also happens to be street-rat crazy, if the DSM-IV.....oops, 5---is to be believed. I was diagnosed with bipolar I disorder at the age of 55, and am still sorting through the ashes of the flaming garbage pile that my life had become. Here, I'll share the lumps and bumps of a late-life journey toward sanity.... along with some rants, gripes, sour grapes and good old-fashioned whining from time to time. It's not easy being bipolar in a unipolar world; let's figure it out together.

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