Christmas Thoughts

Christmas Thoughts

I have a new favorite place to write. It’s an odd place, not the most comfortable spot in the house. I’ve adopted this spot, though, because my youngest daughter is learning how to fall asleep on her own. As long as I am sitting nearby, she will lie quietly in her bed and eventually go to sleep.

So, here I sit, on the hard wood floor, leaned against the wall outside my daughters’ bedroom, and use the stolen minutes to catch up on my work.

Tonight I am thinking about this blog’s readers. About a month ago, I made a special request asking you to introduce yourselves. Your responses delighted me. Many of you wrote to tell me about yourselves: where you live, what you do, your hopes and dreams for the future. You are from all over the world, literally. It thrills me to think that these words can reach to England, to India, to Canada, and across the United States.

As 2009 comes to a close, I am grateful for each of you, and excited for what the New Year will hold for you. My hope is that we will grow in community here, and that each of you will grow as individuals and leaders. I hope that you will use your gifts for the benefit of others, and that my words here will encourage you wherever you are.

I wish you happiness and joy during this holiday season.

This was originally posted at Mountain State University LeaderTalk and is re-posted with permission. 

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About Becky Robinson

I am the owner of Weaving Influence and the leader of the Weaving Influence team. We help authors and thought leaders grow their online influence. I am also a wife and mom of three daughters, and I enjoy running, reading, writing, a good cup of coffee, and dark chocolate.

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  • Merry Christmas, Becky. I don’t comment a lot, but I really enjoy your posts (even when I don’t agree:)and the times we’ve talked.
    Have a wonderful Christmas in your new home and may 2010 be all that you want it to be!

  • Thanks for the good wishes, Miki.
    I have enjoyed getting to know you, also, and I’m glad you enjoy my posts.
    We are enjoying a quiet Christmas in Chicago and looking forward to being in our new home next year.
    I wish you all the best in 2010, Miki.
    I’ll update the blogroll to include your other blog when Leadership Turn ends this week.

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