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Fri, 18 Dec 2009
Merry Christmas to everyone who comes to visit Dodie in her wing of Seligor's Castle. xxx



We will sing
you CarolsChristmas Blessings

Christmas time for children Santa’s come once more,

Bringing all the merriment and presents by the score,

Holly beads and Ivy, trees all filled with lights,

Glistening in the darkness, sparkling, wondrous, bright.


 Christmas time for children and the new born babe,

 Happiness and wonder to last us all our days.


Candles and holly feeling quite JollyChristmas time for praying, for the boy child born,

 Lying in a manger, on this crisp new morn,

 Shepherds on the hillside, come with love and care,

 Kings from lands so far away, presents first to bear.


Christmas time for children and the new born babe

 Happiness and wonder to last us all our days

Hey would you believe , this is the first Christmas song I wrote many years ago.



Dorothy Milnes©1987




As the clock strikes the hour all is silent in the house,
 Only outside the sound of New Year being called through the night.
But my bags lie packed in the hall and I must not linger any longer,
The time has come when I must leave no more heartaches.

Crying in the night, only the sobs of children lost on the wind

But life is made this way and must end somewhere.
 Maybe another time happiness will bend and touch my scarred body with love,
 Till then, as the chimes die away, I must leave never to return to this place
 Where I have known only sorrow.

  Dorothy Milnes


Where are you?

Father FrostJack Frost“Old Man Winter, like the elfish creature Jack Frost, is a personification of winter, sometimes also called Father Winter. He may be an alternative older name for Father Christmas and has been identified with the Old English god Woden. In Russian folklore, Old Man Winter is known as Morozko and is also identified with Ded Moroz, the Russian Santa Claus. In English folklore, Jack Frost appears as an elfish creature who personifies crisp, cold, winter weather; a variant of Father Winter (also known as “Old Man Winter”). Some believe this representation originated in Germanic folklore specifically in the Anglo-Saxon and Norse winter customs. Tradition holds Jack Frost responsible for leaving frosty crystal patterns on windows on cold mornings.”

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