Baby It’s Cold Outside

Good morning! 

It is BRRRRRRRRRRRR cold out!  While you are snuggled in your bed all comfy and toasty in your fleece pajamas, I’m up working my weekly Thursday night shift at the hospital. Actually it’s technically now Friday. And it’s time for my lunch break. ๐Ÿ™‚ 

I brought some salted caramel flavored coffee from home to make special for this evening. I left the bag in my car, so I just ran out to get it.                                         Baby it’s cold outside! 

It’s sweater weather. Fireplace weather. Coats and hats and scarves and boots and gloves if you go outside kind of weather. Sleep with your socks on if you don’t have anyone to cuddle with kind of weather. If you work at an elementary school, it’s inside days for recess kind of weather. 

All we need now is the snow! A white Christmas!  ๐Ÿ™‚ Then it would be beautiful to look at. And it would offer us in education,  a snow day! โ™กโ™กโ™กโ™ก And offer children everywhere an outside play day. And lovers all around a chance to stay nice and warm in each other’s embrace.

Baby it’s cold outside! .

The winter season may bring Christmas cheer to many. But to some it’s just plain cold outside.  Those with no roofs or coats or loved ones to keep them warm.

Even though the weather outside is frightful,  most of us can make the season inside delightful. 

Let’s all think of those around us, not just globally, but in our own fair cities. Those that are crying out, “baby it’s cold outside!”  

Let’s offer them coats and blankets and hot meals and our love and our help. Let’s not harden our hearts and let our love grow cold to those outside of our own social circles. That’s what the true spirit of Christmas is all about. Regardless of the temperatures outside, we can always let Christ’s love shine through each of us to warm even the coldest of hearts. 

Sin will be rampant everywhere, and the love of many will grow cold.             Matthew 24:12

Love and laughter, 

Sandy

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