Looking back over my first two Decembers blogging, I’m surprised how many posts I wrote in the week around Christmas. While I won’t entirely rule out a post here or there (Christmas Eve worship inevitably inspires some reflection, continuing a tradition started by the mother who “treasured all these words and pondered them in her heart”), I’d rather devote myself to family this week and then come back with a few end-of-2013 posts before what will probably be a quiet January.
But if you’re like me and hate to see your blog-reading habits disrupted by such hiatuses, have no fear. Here’s how you can still get your Pietist Schoolman fix:
1. I’ll do some microblogging over at the blog’s Facebook page. (If you’re not yet a fan, what better time to become one?) It’s a great place to quickly share links, provide a bit of commentary, and prompt discussion with a diverse group of readers and friends.
2. Look back at some of my older Christmastide posts:
- Albums A to Z: A Charlie Brown Christmas (actually from the middle of the summer, but Christmas-themed)
- How to Serve a Dickensian Christmas Dinner
- Merry Christmas (just enjoy it)
- Merry Incarnation
- The Sixth Day of Christmas
- “A Very Nazi Christmas!” (source of the photo to the right)
- “What Child Is This?”
God Jul, Joyeux Noël, Frohe Weihnachten, and Merry Christmas to you all!