Merry Christmas

The winter solstice.

It’s almost as important to me as Christmas. For when I get here I know that many of the dark days are done and yet we’ve still got the joy of Christmas to come.

Two celebrations! Three, counting New Year.

Then, after the Christmas and New Year sparkle are fading in memory (even if not in waistline), we will be able to look forward to a gentle increase in the light hours, even if only infinitesimal at first, stirring hope anew as the year begins.

But that’s then, this is now.

And what I wanted to do in this moment was to wish you happiness for Christmas and the coming year. And to thank you warmly and deeply for all the support you’ve shown for my work throughout the year. For the encouragement, the lovely messages, the compliments and the comments. I so appreciate all my readers and the time you take to message me. Thank you!

It has meant so much.

Merry Christmas!

6 thoughts on “Merry Christmas

  1. Merry Christmas and a huge thanks to you Ross for the joyful and honest insights in your book ‘A Funny Kind of Education’. It was through reading your book in May this year, that we finally decided to educate our 14yr old at home. Six months of Home Ed later, and we are now finishing the year so much happier as a family and looking forward to 2018 with our bright, motivated, and fun-loving daughter back to how she always used to be. Thank you.

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