Lady Wonder Wench Writes

This note from my Lady Wonder Wench is about the amazing Christmas Eve at Boston Common that was the subject of the December 8th blog. (See below)  It was a long time ago. But the first Christmas was a long time ago. Some of the decorations on our tree are from a long time ago too. And some of the best memories. And some of the best music. And come to think of it…some of us are from a long time ago too. The Summer sunshine of our lives has turned to Autumn gold. That change costs us. Physically, and emotionally. It’s sometimes hard to remember how precious that Autumn gold can be. Christmas is a good time to spend it… together.

There has never been another Christmas Eve to match that one on Boston Common …

 Well, except for the one my Louie Louie Lad and I shared together ALONE on Long Island almost as long ago …

 Or the one we will share with family this Christmas Eve …

Please send your Christmas memories to, then watch for them here between now and Christmas. Thanks.

3 Responses to “Lady Wonder Wench Writes”

  1. jeff s says:


    For some reason I cannot get this to work on my phone

  2. Ellen Ferranti says:

    Thank you for all these stories. Happy Holidays!
    FYI..I can access all this info easily on my smartphone, ipad and laptop…thank you again.

  3. Betsy says:

    Am thinking of the 20 beautiful, innocent little children, only 6 and 7 years old, who were gunned down yesterday and never saw the summer sunshine or autumn gold of their lives. And of the adults who had not nearly reached the autumn gold. A reminder of how precious they are. I just heard Robby Parker, the father of little Emilie, speak. He is an extraordinary man.