I hope you had a wonderful Christmas! Here is a gift that lasts all year: May your 2014 be filled with safety, prosperity and the peace of knowing that God is in control!
My favorite Christmas pageant
When I was in my early twenties, my church asked me to sing “O Holy Night” while the children dressed as shepherds, kings, Mary and Joseph, took their places on the stage for the live nativity scene. The live nativity scene included a little lamb. A very vocal little lamb. That loved to sing. (Turn the video above way up …
Happy vintage Christmas!
I love all things vintage. I can’t help it. I was raised around my grandmother’s antiques and to this day I love looking at pictures of them and seeing them when I manage to make it to my parents’ house ever few years. So I’ve included some of my favorite vintage free use images I’ve found around the web. You …
I love widgets. Yes, I know, they are kind of tacky sometimes. But isn’t it fun to be a little tacky and little lampoon-Christmas-lights-crazy at this time of year? Here are some fun Christmas goodies for your online celebrations. The hard part is picking only one! Enjoy! Christmas countdown widget (if someone knows how to help me make this smaller, …
Bronner’s part 2: The Joy of Christmas Decorations
Last week I posted about my trip to Frankenmuth, Michigan to Bronner’s. I promised to share what we bought there back in 2007 to commemorate our 25th wedding anniversary. (We were married Dec. 3, 1982.) We had such fun shopping for our silver anniversary. I wish my pictures were better. My camera wasn’t working and I took these with my …
Bronner’s: Christmas fantasy land!
One of my favorite motorcycle trip memories is when my husband and I rode our motorcycles from Northeast Indiana to the charming town of Frankenmuth, Michigan (“Michigan’s Little Bavaria”) in order to pick out a Christmas ornament for our 25th Anniversary. (Click on images to make them bigger if you like.) Why travel 250 miles (one way) just to pick …
It’s a Holly Jolly Blog Hop!
Don’t know what to post for a Christmas blog hop? Here are some ideas:
Post anything at all to do with Christmas! ANYTHING!
This is a great way to post easy-to-think-of topics during the very busy holiday. You can plan weeks ahead!
Include pictures of Christmases past, or present. What are you doing to decorate? Where are you going? What festivities are you planning? Church activities?
The meme starts THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21 and ends WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25.