December Words of the Month

December 3rd, 2018
So sorry to get the December Word of the Month up so very late. My mother had a heart attack so I made an emergency trip to British Columbia to be with her when she was in the hospital.

She is recuperating well, and now staying with my sister for a week or two until she is able to head home on her own once again. I find it difficult to balance spending time on the computer (and ignoring my family) with visiting. I feel guilty when I am on computer - and when I am not! Hope this makes sense!

Thank you to everyone who continues to contribute their suggestions each month. Your continued faithfulness to this challenge makes my job as host of this challenge a breeze!

For newer members, the word of the month is a great place to dip your toes into. This challenge is also a great place for older members who occasionally lose their mojo and need ideas or inspiration. It can be a great challenge for those who want to go that extra nine yards to do a full month of words. The choice is yours!

The tag for the month will continue in the same format as before, first three letters of the month, the year and then ‘words’ (dec18words).

Also, I am so sorry that I will not be able to do my usual photo to go with this month’s words, but, as I am using my sister’s computer, I am not familiar with her programs.

Feel free to do one word, a few, or all of them. They can be done in any order you choose, or on the suggested day. Pop in daily, or just on occasion. This is your challenge, and your project.

I am wishing each and everyone of you the Best of the Season. May we all experience the blessing of Peace On Earth and Good Will to Men this Holiday.

Until Next Year!

1- Tree
2- Red and Green
3- Toy(s)
4- Grinch(ly)
5- Sparkle / Glitter
6- Santa (St. Nicholas Day)
7- Light(s)
8- Bokeh
9- Ribbon, Bow(s)
10- Hanukkah
11- Tradition
12- Mail / Christmas cards
13- Star
14- Christmas Cheer
15- Disappearing Point
16- Chocolate (Cover anything in chocolate Day)
17- Bells
18- Gift(s)
19- Holly
20- Games (Games Day)
21- Solstice
22- Forced Perspective
23- Bah Humbug!
24- Wonder
25- Giving
26- Mess
27- Candy Cane (Candy Cane Day)
28- Texture
29- Ornament / Decoration / Bauble
30- Dream(s)
31- Celebration

December 4th, 2018
I am sorry to hear about all the excitement involving your mother. I am glad to hear she is recovering!
December 4th, 2018
Good news that your mother is recuperating and out of hospital now. Wishing her all the best for her recovery. And I totally sympathise with the guilt both ways re the computer! Enjoy your time with your sister and looking after your mother. We will all still be here when you get home!
December 4th, 2018
Thank you Wendy.

Wishing your mum a speedy recovery and am sure you'll all turn this into an enjoyable, impromptu family get together as she gains strength.

Look after you too! X
December 4th, 2018
Thanks Wendy.
II'm sorry to hear about your Mum's heart attack. I hope that she makes a speedy recovery. Please don't feel guilty about not spending time on the computer, family is much more important.
Wishing you and yours a wonderful Christmas.
December 4th, 2018
Hi Wendy, I was so sad for you to hear about your mum. I hope she has a speedy recovery! Take care of yourself too! Thank you for all your hard work this year on these lists!
December 4th, 2018
Thank you for doing this, Wendy. I'm so glad your mother is doing well and is out of the hospital. I hope she continues to recover quickly.
December 4th, 2018
Thank you Wendy for the list. Sorry to hear about your emergency trip, but happy to read your mother is doing well. I wish her a full and speedy recovery. Enjoy your time together with your mom and sister.
December 4th, 2018
@skipt07 @casablanca @30pics4jackiesdiamond @merrelyn @jacqbb @mittens @ingrid01
Thank you everyone for your understanding and warm wishes!
Looking forward to getting back to a normal routine.
December 6th, 2018
Prayers for your mother.
December 20th, 2018
Thank you for doing this, I’m so sorry about your mom. I hope she is improving daily and I hope you get to come home for Christmas.
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