Day 3280: How are you going to celebrate this precious day?

For months, I’ve been asking the question “How are you going to celebrate this precious day?” on Twitter, every day.

Today, I know the answer for many, many people.

Growing up in an Orthodox Jewish home, I didn’t celebrate Christmas Eve back then, but I do now. Indeed, the older I get, the more I celebrate.

How are you going to celebrate this precious day? I hope my latest photos and images help you celebrate.

Because I was born with a very rare heart condition, I’ve known since I was young that we all have limited time. That seems to be my deepest and oldest wisdom — that we should celebrate every day as best we can.

I am going to celebrate this precious day by sharing this video of the ballet dancer Marianela Nunez.

I am also going to celebrate this precious day by thanking everyone who helps me create this daily blog, including YOU.

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13 thoughts on “Day 3280: How are you going to celebrate this precious day?

  1. I am glad to see you are celebrating side and far these days, Ann. Merry Christmas Eve to you and your family! Yesterday was Festivus for us Seinfeld diehards, yay! I am glad to see Joan made herself ready to eat some of Michael’s wonderful looking rice dish!!

  2. Happy Christmas Eve, Ann. I hope that you are enjoying every day with Aaron and Michael and with 2 beloved cats and at least one shower that doesn’t leak.

  3. early Christmas Eve with family and wake up at one daughter’s house and visit the others during the day,watching all the grandies get so excited and eat lots of food, then relax!

  4. I shall have a smidgeon of The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally. It always does me good!

  5. puella33

    I’m celebrating it with my mother and cooking traditional italian recipes for Christmas. Warm wishes to you and your dear ones. Which pattern did you choose for your shower?

  6. Michael’s dish looks like paella, but even if it’s something else I’m sure its deliciousness is something to celebrate.
    And I’m happy for anyone to celebrate any time and any way they wish.

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