Day 1449: Can I get an “Amen”?

Can I get an “Amen” for winter greetings?







Can I get an “Amen” for another fabulous Christmas greeting masterpiece from my friend Janet?

Can I get an “Amen” for how laundry can become overwhelming?



Can I get an “Amen” for the healing power of cookies?








Can I get an “Amen” for my amenable family members?






Can I get an “Amen” for the wisdom on teabags?




Can I get an “Amen” for the Amazing Amen chorus from Handel’s Messiah, a piece of music that gave me peace of mind as I sang it, piece by piece, last night?



Can I get an “Amen” for that performance of the Amen Chorus  by singers from Oman?

Or for this one conducted by Otto  Klemperer (starting at 3:47)?


Can I get an “Amen” for staying alert, aware, and active,  but also at peace for the next four years?

Can I get an “Amen” for completing this blog post


well within the time I need to get to cardiac rehab this morning?

Can I get an “Amen” for everyone who helped me create today’s blog post and — Amen! — for you, my amenable, amazing, and admirable readers?

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40 thoughts on “Day 1449: Can I get an “Amen”?

  1. Amen to it all my friend!

  2. Amen to all!

  3. Amen! And Aaron is looking happy and relaxed — so good to see.

  4. Amen for the whole post!

  5. Love that peeping Tom Santa Ann! ❤
    Diana xo

  6. When I was much younger I was told “amen” was Hebrew for “so be it” which helped me understand why it was such a good closing line, but now the OED tells me the Hebrew means ‘certainty, truth’ which makes it even better.
    So, yes, a huge amen to you.

  7. Amen to all of that! And so much more. ❤

  8. Amen to the 10th power!

  9. Yeah you can get an Amen from me too……………..Amen

  10. Ann, You can get an AMEN for the whole post!
    Especially the cookies.

  11. Was Santa hiding from a husband who came home early?

  12. Amen. Poor Santa – I hope someone saved him!

  13. Yes! Amen to it all, especially the zombie horde and those cookies (which I hope were NOT eaten by the zombie horde).

  14. I don’t often get a chance to have the last word 🙂

  15. Amen, and for more fish!

  16. LOL and amen, Ann! Loved all the pictures (especially Santa the Second Story Man and of course the excerpts from my card). Happy ho-ho and looking forward to seeing you soon.

  17. Amen indeed Ann 💛

  18. Pingback: Day 2268: What makes me smile | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

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