There is a lighted sign on the big ol' hill by the big ol' house in the neighborhood of our pretty big new house. It used to say "Peace on Earth" and gave me great comfort as I drove home each night this month not feeling peaceful. Tonight however, it said "Peace on Farth". It's amazing how just one little section of light burn out can make such a big difference to the meaning of Christmas. I know the feeling.
I've baked and decorated and shopped a little. I read the Christmas story and handed out advent gifts to build anticipation like every year (but we call them "calendar gifts" cause I never really follow the advent schedule or any other schedule). I've crafted a little and partied a little. But there is just something a little burnt out for me this year. So I have been wondering if life on Farth might be more peaceful since I am clearly a farthling.
Here is a quick travel guide for life on Farth.
Everyone does farth so no one should draw attention to it or apologize for it should they be the one who just farthed.
We should all go farth and multiply our talents and not have to farth around with things we don't like doing.
To encourage farthlings to go farther in life, all risks should be positively rewarded.
Being cautious should be respected too, sometimes we just need to farth around for a while to get our bearing.
I'm sure there is more to this, but the shouts of my toddler's temper tantrum have sent me crashing back to earth. I will have to do farther investigation for future blogs possibly. Until next time, if you are in need of escape...I wish you peace on Farth and on Farth good will to all people.