The marathon is moving very quickly toward the finish line. I have decided that I will most likely go dark for the week after Christmas. I believe I am going to upgrade and rework the blog site. So that means there will not be any encore performances this season and since we have one week less between Thanksgiving and Christmas I have a lot of music left to share. Let’s get on with the celebration.
Every married couple that has experienced the birth of their first child knows one thing for sure, a baby changes everything. The circumstances of Christ’s birth not only changed the lives of Mary and Joseph but it was God’s promise fulfilled to change the hearts and lives of all mankind.
The Christmas season provides endless photo opportunities. Hopefully, I can get out and about to capture a few images of what is going on around our town. Today was cold, wet, and just generally unpleasant. Tomorrow should be a better day. It’s easy for us to postpone doing things we would like to do or, more importantly, we need to do, just because it is a bit of an inconvenience. God has provided us with a path to eternal life through His Son, Jesus Christ. All we have to do is accept that gift through faith. It is the only way to obtain eternal life. The decision is ours and there is no better time than Christmas to make Christ the center of our life. Have a blessed Holiday season.
The first image includes, standing, our grandson-in-law, his wife (our grand daughter), our daughter and son-in-law. Seated are middle grand daughter, grand son and youngest grand daughter. The bottom image has the grandcrew standing while Nana and I are seated. It’s the most wonderful time of the year. We truly wish you and yours a Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year.