Okay, the asteroid missed us, and the meteor shower from the passing comet's tail a couple days later wasn't all that exciting, either. We did go out about two hours before dawn here to see a few shooting stars, but not as many as were predicted. It was exciting that the sky was clear enough to see even the Milky Way--unusual for this foggy, coastal city.
So, this coming week is the winter solstice, which some folks in various parts of the world are anticipating as the last chance for the world to end this Gregorian calendar year. I personally worry about very different things, such as taking care of family and friendships, so I hope all of you are planning to enjoy family and sunrises and sunsets and any other activities of the season. Since grandchildren are off from school for the winter holidays here in the USA, and even some of their parents have time off from work, we are planning to have fun with visiting family for the rest of the month of December!
Meanwhile, the latest article from the Baha'i site at BellaOnline.com is about navigating the site and other housekeeping. Not very exciting, I know, but since I will be updating the subject headings, ***it will be a chance for reader input.*** Are there some different headings by which you think articles could be sorted for easier retrieval? LET ME KNOW!
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