Merry Christmas- A Music Video (and I’m Laid Up!)
And, if you don’t celebrate Christmas, I want to wish you the happiest of holidays… whichever ones you prefer.
And, yes, it’s true, I’m laid up for Christmas this year…
I got injured in my crossfit class this morning… I sprained my ankle!
The coaches were awesome… they took amazing care of me when it happened…
and my amazing friends, my awesome neighbor, and my kids have been waiting on me hand and foot.
I’m definitely feeling the love and am so grateful.
The good news is that I finally mastered the rope climb today.
The bad news is that I have not mastered the art of getting down from way up there. 🙂
When I went to get my kids out of the childcare, this cute little boy said,
“That’s okay, you just need to get a new leg.”
Maybe Santa will bring me one. 🙂
And, on another note…
As many of us rush around trying to finish the last errands before Christmas tomorrow…
I’ve been thinking about the less fortunate people who are more than likely not in celebration mode right now.
I decided to learn this song today…
This is one of my favorite Christmas songs.
Considering I just learned it on my guitar today, it’s super raw and vulnerable, but I wanted to share it with you anyway.
My heart goes out into the world tonight…
in the spirit of Christmas.
Here’s to you…
Regardless of what your situation is this Christmas…
I’m sending you lots of love, and laughter, and joy.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas and the happiest of holidays.
In Massive Love & Gratitude,
P.S. I would love to meet you, help you achieve your goals in 2014, help you transform your life, and have a ton of fun with you in the new year.
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