Featuring a video of Violet (3) — my youngest grand-daughter
Once a year, I like to share a few personal items with my readers from around the world. First, in this 2-minute video, Violet is the little “angel” on the far left with the wings. She does a lot of twirling around and belches out quite a sound for such a petite little child. Violet lives in the Atlanta area with her parents Diana (my daughter) and Michael.
Meet Pretty Miss Violet Lucy
If you’d like to view in the full-screen mode, just click on YouTube.
Violet is the healthiest eater in her pre-school class; destined to be a 4Leaf-eating adult…and helping her GranBuddy change the world.
As for Jason, Lisa and their family, I was at their home in Massachusetts for Thanksgiving and had the opportunity to take this photo shortly after they chopped down their own Christmas tree. I will be spending Christmas Eve and Christmas morning around this lovely tree. Then it’s off to Vermont for New Year’s.
I am sure you will like this gorgeous Christmas tree, just a few blocks from my home in the Borough of Stonington, Connecticut.
I launched this website in February of 2011 and this is my 688th consecutive daily blog. I have blogged on over sixty topics and have also launched some fifty permanent pages.
As I explained last month, my consecutive daily blog streak will come to an end at the two-year mark in early February. I will still be posting several new blogs a month but my #1 priority will be locating corporate clients who wish to slash their cost of healthcare.
Merry Christmas from Stonington, CT
Stopping by 34 Main Street on a snowy evening…
Handy 4-piece take-charge-of-your-health kit—from Amazon.com
- The movie that’s changing the lives of millions: Forks Over Knives DVD
- Healthy Eating, Healthy World, The “big picture” about food (our book)
- An essential scientific resource: The China Study by Dr. T. Colin Campbell
- Dr. McDougall’s new book, The Starch Solution, with lots of great recipes.
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Blogging daily at hpjmh.com…from the seaside village of Stonington, Connecticut – Be well and have a great day.
—J. Morris Hicks, board member, T. Colin Campbell Foundation
To Jim and all the wonderful followers of his creative and informative blog……a most blessed season to one and all, and may good health, via the plant based way, be yours in 2013!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you Jim and to all who follow your wonderful and educational blog. The ride has been wonderful and very enlightening and I look forward to reading more of your wonderful insights on the plant based lifestyle! Be well and enjoy the season!!
Merry Christmas, Jim! Best wishes to you and all your readers for a Healthy New Year… may all learn the truth and wisdom of plant-based nutrition, for the health of body, mind and the planet.
Thank-you Jim, I’ve been following your blog since #508, which is about the same time I decided to go vegan, so it’s been an informative companion.
Merry Christmas to you, your family and all your readers.
All the best to you and your family this holiday season! We truly appreciate and look forward to your blog each day. May 2013 be the year of many “blinding flashes of the obvious” throughout our country, and eyes opened to the “physical cliff” that’s a the core of so many other problems.
I’ll add my voice to best wishes to Jim and everyone for holiday blessings as we celebrate Christmas and the New Year!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New year to you, your family and all you touch with your blogs. May the world and its inhabitants continue to improve.