Christmas hope and joy

Last night, my husband Jerry and I watched an online production of “A Christmas Carol” created by the Dallas Theater Center.

If there wasn’t a pandemic, we would have been watching a live performance with singing and dancing and a stage full of actors and actresses—and we would have been watching with our children. Going to the play every year is a decades-old tradition for our family.

Instead, just my husband and I sat in our study and watched a small number of actors perform some of the lines from the play. All of them were spaced at a safe distance from each other. No songs. No dances. No children in the production.

It was “A Christmas Carol,” but it wasn’t the same.

Christmas is not the same this year. I have to work harder to capture the hope and love and joy of the season. But, still, even during the pandemic, Christmas offers hope and love and joy.

I wish you all of that—hope and love and joy.


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