A life by chocolate entails finding sweetness in the light and dark. Moreso, it's about addiction to cocoa. An insatiable sweet tooth doesn't hurt. Well, not until the yucky tartar buildup and stuff. To the point, I strive to entertain with topics such as the utter hilarity and cuteness of children; the challenges of dating, my related rationale for celibacy; and chocolate as a precious remedy for it all. Thanks for sampling Life by Chocolate. I hope you keep coming back for more.

Monday, December 24, 2012

No Matter What

Whatever the season  

No matter the reason   

May you taste of the  sweet and

sense the complete

                                                     

May you grow through 
life's plight 

Hold out for what's right




My apologies. Millie and Gertie insisted on revisiting to wish you all a Merry Xmas!
                                                                    
Keep reaching for more 

Not want from the store

Whatever the season

No matter the reason


May you love beyond fears
                                                                          
And laugh past your tears 

May you like what you see

And hear harmony

Whatever the season 

No matter the reason

And all the year through 

Life's blessings to you.

A warm and safe Holiday Season to all! 

25 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Amen, Robyn!
And hope there are many gifts of "Just the Right Time" given this week.

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Thanks, Alex. I hope so too. I really appreciate your visiting during a blog "break." Love and blessings to you. xo

YeamieWaffles said...

I love these poems Robyn and honestly would just love to wish you and your family a wonderful Christmas, hopefully Santa's good to you!

Anne said...

Such a lovely poem and perfect for the season.

Wishing you and yours a Happy Christmas!

Pat Hatt said...

So very true, have a great christmas and new year!

Ms. A said...

Seasons Blessings!

Kal said...

And to you my love. Happy Hanukkha. One day we are going to vacation at Disneyland together...I promise.

Stephen Hayes said...

Merry Christmas. I hope you and your family have a safe and happy holiday.

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

To the most loyal, enthusiastic, sweet, caring and hilarious followers a blogger could have: Enjoy the holidays, and I'll see you back here, and at your sites, soon.

Lots of love,
xoRobyn

Empty Nest Insider said...

This was one of many poems I enjoyed reading from "Just The Right Time." Wishing you a very Happy and Healthy New Year Robyn!
Julie

Terra said...

Lovely Robyn! Thanks for the nice thoughts and wishes! Have a wonderful week! and year and beyond

Bossy Betty said...

Merry Christmas, Robyn.!!!

Betty Manousos said...

merry christmas, dearest robyn!

xo

Karen Peterson said...

Merry Christmas, Robyn. I hope you have a wonderful day.

Chuck said...

Great poem and great pics! Have a Happy Holiday season!

David Macaulay said...

nice verse Robyn - I hope yours was fabby xo

Yvonne said...

Same to you Robyn! Loved the poem! Merry Christmas!!!

Dawn @Lighten Up! said...


"And Not want from the store."
Awesome.
Merry Christmas, dear friend!

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Julie, thank you. Shanah Tova!

Terra, you too. So glad we're staying connected.

Betty and Betty, I hope you both had a blessed Christmas.

Karen, hope you're still enjoying the season. Happy almost New Year's!

Chuck, thanks. Stay well. Happy New Year's.

David, thank you. Enjoy what's left of 2012.

Yvonne, I hope it was a great Xmas.

Dawn, thank you, lovely lady. Cheers to a new year.

I hope you're all well and appreciating what's left of 2012.

xoRobyn

Anthony J. Langford said...

Blessings to you too Robyn..

xo

Milo James Fowler said...

Thanks for the poem; hope you had a great holiday, and here's to an awesome new year.

Ruth said...

Beautiful, Robyn!

Al Penwasser said...

You are SUCH a talent.
And you gave us a picture of nuns.
You rock.
Have a great New Year, Robyn!

Betty Manousos said...

just beautiful!!

you're so talented, dear!

xoxo

Baby Sister said...

That was beautifully put, Robyn. Well done.