It's the most festive time of the year and my wife and me have the blessing to share it with our daughter who seems to understand the meaning of ceremony for the first time. Of course for a three years old whirlwind her moderate wishes (only two things: a bicycle and a bathtub for Carla the doll) have a certain importance but it's pure delight to see her dancing around the house and singing "Oh Tannenbaum" (Oh Christmas Tree) or "Lasst uns froh und munter sein" (Don't know an English version...)...
We'll spend the next days with our family and so I'll not find the time for blogging while most of you will not find the time to read anything I presume.
Anyway I wish you all a a Merry Christmas !
Enjoy this wonderful and magical time of the year.
If you have two minutes then pay attention to my most favourite Christmas carol "Good King Wencelas". It always moves me deeply to listen to this lyric hymn.