I love these wishes that were from the editors of Good Housekeeping in the December issue of 1951. R.H. and I wish them for all of you:
"We wish you well; we wish you very well."
"We wish that the hand of trouble be stayed and that you be surrounded
by the evidences of living love."
"We wish the wanderer's return and the quarrel's ending,
and the mending of rents in the fabric of life."
"We wish you the warm fire and the familiar faces..."
"...the smell of spruce and the sound of music."
"We wish you one exquisite moment of pure happiness
and the ability to recognize it as it hastens past."
"We wish you the laughter of children, star shine, and peaceful sleep."
A Very Merry Christmas from Across the Way