....and its Christmas, you just drudge through.
When the flu bug bites, and you have got a Christmas Eve Sermon to preach,
you just do the best you can do.
When the flu bug bites and your spouse is working,
you call for help from church members to take care of the little ones.
When the flu bug bites and you still got Christmas shopping to do,
you uh don't do it.
When the flu bug bites, and you have presents to wrap, you just throw them in a handy gift bag, even if it isn't a Christmas gift bag, and put it under the tree.
When the flu bug bites you load up on medicine that means you make no sense to no one, and nothing or no one makes sense to you.
When the flu bug bites, and you got people to see, homebound, nursing home, hospital, and sick, you don't go see them, you just call.
When the flu bug bites, and you got to serve communion at the Christmas Eve service, you get the lay leader to serve it instead after you have blessed it, but not with your sneezes and coughs.
When the flu bug bites and there are guests at church, you don't hug or shake hands or go near them, you just offer greetings from down the aisle.
When the flu bug bites and you have church member die and a funeral to do, you just go do it, even though it means graveside too and out in the cold. (Which probably made me sicker.)
When the flu bug bites and you haven't blogged in awhile or commented, you just say a prayer that everyblogpal(especially revgalblogpals) knows you love them, care about them, and will blog and comment as soon as you can.
When the flu bug bites, and its Christmas, you just drudge through.
P. S. I hope you don't get bitten by the flu bug, but instead get all the hugs and love you need.
So Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night oh and God Bless Us Everyone!