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Sunday, November 28, 2010

24 hours in a day

Twentyfour hours in a day and during the last weeks they seem to dissapear. Working, buying presents, sleeping, working, housekeeping, sleeping, working, shopping, housekeeping..... Problaby the same routine next week. On december the 5e we celebrate the feast of St Nicolas, the bishop who saved three children long ago. This feast is in our country and in our family a tradition which we love. Not only because of the presents but because of the poems we make for each other and the handmade surprises to tease.


All children deserve love and protection and a caring family. I have compassion for all those people who were abused in their childhood. In Holland the abuse by priests is a big issue at this moment.


When I was a child there seemed many more hours in a day and sixty minutes lasted much longer. I could not wait for the next day to arrive. Now I want 28 hours or more in a day and not only because my unfinished object are increasing:



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Have a great weak and those who celebrate 'sinterklaas': lots of love and fun!

3 comments:

So Dark So Cute said...

Hi Mariet! For the first time we going to make surprises! My sisters youngest daughter(10) asked if we could do it!

Emce said...

have lots of fun donna!

Are you curious about me? said...

Hi Emce

Julie from mycuriousteaparty here...

As I have had little interest in my giveaway post, I will donate some work to the local Oxfam shop in Colchester, hopefully they will make enough to buy some chickens for a family who needs them.

And to say thank you for taking the time to leave me a message I would like to send you a little something to wish you a Merry Christmas please send me an email with your address and I will pop something in the post to you.

~ Julie

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