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Dec 2012

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Sometimes it’s the little things that make life special!!

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Dec 2012

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Find Time and Have Fun Together AGAIN!!

I have just come off of one of the greatest trips that John and I have ever taken.  John knows how much I love Williamsburg and especially at Christmas time. We have been there at least fifteen times since we’ve been married.  For our twenty-second anniversary we packed our bags and headed up to Richmond, […]

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Dec 2012

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Who’s important to you?

It’s December 18 and only 7 more days until Christmas.  Busy-ness is filling the air.  I read this quote and it hit me how I’m neglecting what’s important.  Where am I spending my time?  Can I leave my schedule behind?  This is a huge challenge for me.   I don’t have my cards out, I […]

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Dec 2012

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A Christmas candle is a lovely thing; it makes no noise at all, but softly gives itself away: while quite unselfish, it grows small. Eva K. Logue What’s your motive?

I was reading this morning in Proverbs 16: 2, People may think all their ways are pure but motives are weighed by the Lord.  That struck me personally in thinking, what are my motives in giving and doing everything that I’m doing this season?  That’s so hard.  We think that we have good motives in […]

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Dec 2012

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What’s the price of Christmas?

Christmas is closer and I’m seeing more people in the malls.  It was interesting, last week, I heard a broadcaster say that right now the number of people that are shopping is lower but there will be a big jump this next week because of black Friday.   It’s so very tempting to get all […]

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Dec 2012

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Don’t you love this quote?  When we get ready for the Christmas season, the warm fuzzy feeling comes from the family and the memories we have made.  Do you remember back when your grandparents would come and you would be so excited?  I remember those times and I loved it.  Grandparents can love unconditionally.  I […]

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