I happened upon a Facebook post of one of my friends just now.
I want to thank Sue for sharing it with her family and friends.
As you’ll read in the link below, she and her husband took our town with them on a journey of love, heartbreak, and faith.
Their son Sasha was the gift that God gave us all so that we could see that beauty can shine through even during sadness.
This post was written just over 2 years ago.
It’s definitely my favorite post on faith, and probably the most heartfelt posts that I’ve ever written.
Without further ado, click on the link below…
Witnessing a Story of Faith, Love and Support
God bless…and thank you…all 535 of you who read my ramblings.
You are appreciated and loved.
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May the New Year bring you love in your heart, joy for your soul, and peace in your mind.
May you enjoy the little moments.
May you look for the good in everyone.
And may you let yourself have silly moments.
Laugh at yourself…
and leave the rest to God.
ps…the picture is of my daughter Alex (1996ish) taking a break from celebrating!
May the birth of Jesus fill your soul with Hope, Peace and Joy.
May the Beauty of this world surround you.
And may Love fill your heart this Holiday Season.
From me to you,
from my family to yours.
And for those of other faiths…
And for those who don’t celebrate this Season…
Have a great day!
By now, you’ve seen most of my house, all decorated for Christmas…
The bedrooms, dressing room, and bathrooms only get a few touches of Christmas, so they really don’t need their own post.
But the dining room…now the dining room is another story.
For a couple of years now, I’ve wanted to put a (faux) Christmas tree in there.
I’ve had the perfect plan.
I’d collected ornaments from Goodwill and garage sales.
I’d picked up a Christmas tree from a friend who had decided to give it away.
But last year, sadly, I was just too sick to get all my decorations up, and that tree stayed in the basement.
But this year…
This year is different.
Without further ado, take a look at my dining room Christmas. A moment of silence to appreciate the beauty…
I could stand here and look at it all day. Especially from this view…
Today brings us to my Front Porch.
Let me explain, before you see the photos, this is the area where most everything gets put when we don’t know where else to put it.
Well…and it holds all the items that I find that I want to do a project with…that’s where it really gets messy.
So today’s post is real…like really real.
Crazy messy, wildly overflowing, perfectly imperfect real. Read more