Saturday, December 14, 2013

Starry wishes Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to One and All!

Starry wishes Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to One and All!
I am thrilled to admit that I began to write MY BLOGS as a therapeutic venture, in order to keep my mind active and make good friends.
I volunteer my work. I share whatever I have written throughout my blogs, poetry and prose as well. If you come across to some poem you like, and would love to set it on a frame and post it on a wall in your home, please go ahead, feel free to do so, just keep my name as an author, Poet Starry Dawn. It will be my Christmas Gift for my dear friends.
Telling you the truth, when I was younger I had an adventurous heart. Then, I used to travel a lot to many different places, for I had been leading an adventurous sort of life. 
I have always got a passion for conservation of our natural environment protection and wildlife. I am an animal lover and advocate for the ones in need, the voice of the voiceless. I eat healthy food, lots of veggies, fruits, and drink plenty of water. 
Unfortunately, Aging and my health issues have made me slow down a great deal...
At this point in time, I dwell in the Amazone Rainforest Area closed to the Atlantic Ocean with hubby, a Physician Surgeon practicing Medicine Overseas. He will soon retire. Then, we'll be able to travel a lot more as we may please, if that is God's will...
Dear Friends, You see there are many gorgeous places to visit in this corner of the world, like Rio di Janeiro, Sao Paulo (Brazil), Punta del Este (Uruguay), Mar del Plata, Port Madryn, Rawson, Trelew, Trevelin, Gaiman, Bariloche, Esquel, Usuahia, the Falkland Islands, etc. 
(at the end of the world.)
Some of the towns -like Gaiman- have had Welsh Ancestry Settlements in the 19th Century. So, their offspring still keep their original Welsh culture and tradition.
Princess Lady Di visited the town of Gaiman long ago. She went to one of The House of Welsh Tea there, and had a Welsh Black Cake with a cup of herbal tea. 
Everybody truly loved her!
These are amazing views of the Futalaufquen Blue Lake in Esquel.
Well, All My Blogs will Remain Visible Online for your reading pleasure, so that you may visit my older posts at anytime, if you care to read my poetry, thoughts, essays and stories.
I make plans to go to New York for my dear family reunion some time in 2014, if that is the true will of God, my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Have a blessed time with your dear family and beloved ones!


Betsy Adams said...

Hi There, You are a very talented lady… I always enjoy your poems and words that you write.

I hope that you and hubby will get to do ALOT of traveling in this gorgeous world after you retire…

Guess you read that my 101 yr. old father-in-law died on Dec. 5. He lived an amazing life--and never once was in the hospital. That's an inspiration.

Merry Christmas.

Starry Dawn said...

Hi Betsy,
Thank you for your kind visit!
I am so happy to see you here.
I am very sorry to hear that George's father passed away.
He must have had a happy, healthy and long life...
He was 101 years old. Woooww!
God bless his heart in Heaven.
Betsy, I'll soon visit your blog and read your lovely posts there...
Merry Christmas, Betsy, George, family and beloved ones!
Big Hugs,

Barb Pinion said...

Hello again,
We've only recently connected but I love you already. You're quite talented but what I love the most about you is the warmth of your heart. I've been down with a viral infection for a bit so am quite behind on blog reading. Also behind on my own blogs. Please know how greatly I appreciate your support and friendship. Your taking time to comment in MY JOHNNY blog means a lot to me. Merry Christmas, Starry. Looking forward to hearing about your 2014 reunion.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Your travel dreams around wonderful. I hope you get to go to all those places!

I have been very busy but will return your email soon! !

Crystal Mary said...

Hello sweet friend, Your poems and pictures are soul stirring..and shine out Gods care blessings and love. We watched a programe on Rio di Janeiro just yesterday. Inagine the Welsh settling in Gaiman in the 1800's. My grandparents on my mothers side, both paternal and maternal are from Wales, and further back, my mothers materal grandparents were from France. Their surname was Cozens`....They all came out to Australia in the 1860-1870's. Lovely to hear about Princess Diana visiting there. Happy Christmas and New Year to you and Paul both. God Bless.

Clotee said...

Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for a Happy New Year!
Bring you Good wishes of happiness.

Sorry for greeting you earlier,, just don't want miss saying this.
By the way, I'm clotee. It's my first time visiting your blog. I am blogger too, and now try my best luck to open an e-store. Nice to know you.


Tweedles -- that's me said...

thank you for sharing !

Starry Dawn said...

Thank you, Betsy, Barb, Lisa, Crystal, Tweedles, Clotee, and all friends who care to read this post and wish us Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
I shall be waiting for more friends to wish us Happy Holidays.
May your dreams come true!
God may bless you all!

Chatty Crone said...

Starry your group of friends here are the best ever!!!!! They are all great loving women.

I am trying to figure out why your blog is not being sent to my reader.

That is what is happening here. I don't understand and I am trying to think'

Love, sandie

Starry Dawn said...

Hi Sandie, dearest friend,
Oh! You truly honour me with your golden presence in our lovely gathering of good friends.
Thank you for coming over at tea time in our friends' reunion!
Yes! I agree. These ladies are the very best. I highly appreciate true and everlasting friendship.
May all your dreams come true as golden blessings from up above!
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year, Sandie, family and beloved ones!
Warm Hugs,

Dee said...

Merry Christmas Starry, Blog land is a wonderful place to meet and make friends. I admire your poetic ability and writing, you have a beautiful talent to inspire. I do hope you will get to travel soon....and share with all of us...who will travel to places with you that many of us will not ever get to visit.

Starry Dawn said...

Hi Dee,
It has been a real pleasure to meeting you, sweet friend Dee.
I am flattered by your awesome reviews of my blog posts, and your wonderful Christmas wishes for our family. Dee, sweet friend, I am so glad you like my poetry, tales, random thoughts, pictures, dreams etc. My old heart still holds dreams of hope for a better life. Yes! I shall travel again one day, only if that is God's will. We -humans- might plan to do many things, yet after all, the Almighty Master and Heavenly Father is the One with the ultimate decision. Dear Dee, let me add my personal thought in this post, in fact my Christian thought in Christmas, this time of year.
Christ- Christmas- is the celebration of Jesus Christ's birth. Our dear Lord, Jesus Christ, is the Ruler of all rulers, the Greatest Physician and Healer, the Almighty Heavenly Father, the King of all kings in this passing Earth. If folks do not realize the truth, and open their eyes what is about to happen, and begin to have faith in Jesus Christ, they will eventually fall in a dreadful despair. There is no cost, no charge, no material things, no money involved in faith, just the spiritual satisfaction, the sincere faith in our hearts that God, is our Lord and Savior, and that He promised an everlasting life, if you believe in Him. We ought to focus in Jesus Christ, not only this Christmas Season, but also every single day in our lifetime. Actions speak louder than words. Prayers alone are not enough. We must do good actions, and help the ones in need in order to fulfill the masterplan of God.
Dear Dee, Have a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year with your dear family and beloved ones!
Many blessings on your way,
Poet Starry Dawn.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

If you feel up to it sometine I'm curious as to what welsh black tea cake tastes like!

Starry Dawn said...

I sent you an email with the recipe of the Welsh Black Cake, and its interesting little history.
Happy Holidays!