As I’ve said many time before, September through December are my most favorite months of the year (cold weather not included, but comes with the territory), with Thanksgiving and Christmas being my most favored holidays.
September, for me, symbolizes a time to learn as it coincides with going back to school. October is filled with parades, costumes and trick or treating and Halloween parties.
And then there is November. This month is a quieter month, a good month to reflect and to count your blessings, especially before the hustle and bustle of preparing for the Christmas season.
This month, I plan to embrace the practice of Hygge. Yes, I am, once again, behind. I just learned of this most comforting and laid-back tradition. I am preparing our home and hearts for just being.
What is November to you?
Jesus took the bread in his hands and gave thanks to God. Then he passed the bread to the people, and he did the same with the fish, until everyone had plenty to eat.
John 6:11 Contemporary English Version