I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas, and that you are still enjoying good food and the company of your loved ones.
Top 3 for week 447 by Marie Rebelle
As always during the festive days, I prefer to do the roundups myself, as I don’t want to take anyone’s precious time away from their families. Some lovely links have been added to the Christmas prompt, and I chose three of them that touched me in some or other way. So without further ado, my top 3!
Christmas – A Time for Reflection by Mrs Jones
Mrs Jones said she nodded reading my post, and I did the same while I read hers. Christmas in the southern hemisphere is just not the same as in the northern, but we all do make an effort to go to family, even if they live far away. And of course, effort was also made to make Christmas a happy time for children, but still, the feel of Christmas in warmer temperatures is so much different from those where there is (a possibility of) snow.
Sin-derella – A Christmas play by Littlegem
What’s not to like about this post? I love reading about the dynamic between PurpleSole and Littlegem, and through how much effort they both go to feed their D/s relationship. In this posts, Gem doesn’t only tell us how the Christmas play (play in more ways than one) went, but she also shares her stunning make-up as she dressed up for the play.
List in a Bucket ~ the threads of my life by May More
I remember reading this story when May originally posted it, and now, on this second read, she once again had me crying. May’s brilliant writing perfectly highlights the pain we feel during the festive season, for loved ones who are not with us anymore. If you haven’t read this story yet, please do. It’s a must read!
We are in the last year of this year, and like we all tend to do, we look back on what the year has brought us. The world is so much different from when we started 2020, and many people have gone through difficult times, whether related to physical or mental health, work, family, etc.
Look back on your 2020 and share your highs and lows from the past year, the lessons you have learned, the things you want to pay forward.
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