Monday, December 11, 2006

Tis the Season

To feel sentimental and so much more. Some good and some not so good. Some wonderful and some sad.

Last week I saw a little concert by some elementary students. They did not do the traditional Christmas songs for obvious reasons, which was fine.
They were amazing, heartfelt and inspirational. It was amazing to watch and hear such little people give such powerful message. It brought tears to those that enjoyed the show...me included.

The general message is that we are all human beings. No matter what color, no matter what religion, no matter lifestyle we are all the same inside. Celebrate whatever you celebrate, cherish what you cherish, worship what you worship and respect others when they do the same.

I wish for peace on earth and good will toward people. All of us.


Went to Snow Flake Lane in Bellevue last week with Steve. We danced on the sidewalk with many others. It was fun and beautiful. Something to see.




Another night Steve and I went to the Botanical Gardens in Bellevue...That was a nice walk too....


7 Comments:

Blogger Alan said...

We saw the Snow Flake Lane the other night. Bellevue is really a nice city at night. The soap suds snow flakes were a nice touch.

2:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hope you are having a fabulous week.
Take care, Meow

1:03 AM  
Blogger si said...

great pics. hope you have a great holiday season.

11:50 AM  
Blogger bryan torre said...

It's funny -- what are "obvious reasons" in Bellevue (I remember them) are incomprehensible to people in other parts of the country. Some of my school district clients have piles of Christmas-y decorations, traditional carols by the kids, etc...

1:15 PM  
Blogger Alan said...

Unfortunately, Bellevue is in a blue county. However there are 35 red counties in this state where there are plenty of Christmas-y traditions.

8:47 PM  
Blogger Michelle said...

Lovely photos Kylee :o)

3:50 PM  
Blogger JD's Rose said...

The general message is that we are all human beings. No matter what color, no matter what religion, no matter lifestyle we are all the same inside. Celebrate whatever you celebrate, cherish what you cherish, worship what you worship and respect others when they do the same.

There is not enough of this in the world...

xxx

7:16 PM  

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