Monthly Archives: December 2017

As The Old Year Fades, So Does My Memory

Memory is a very tricky thing, at least for me it is. Looking back over a year’s span of activity, my memory seems to pick and choose what it remembers. After all, I do not have the brain capacity I … Continue reading

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The Year Slipped into the Silence of the Night

No time in the year is busier than the Christmas holiday season. Under normal circumstances, it would not be too bad, except for the fact that the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage is in charge. Not complaining, mind you, but … Continue reading

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A Christmas Message

Lift your eyes up to the sky, for a Savior has come. His glory, righteousness and might are unmatched, yet His yoke is gentle and light. He came so that we might have life more abundantly. He willingly laid down … Continue reading

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Behold, the Christmas Grinch Cometh

I never have to look at the calendar to know when the Christmas holiday season is approaching. As soon as I lay down my fork on Thanksgiving Day, the battle drums begin to roll. Somebody, who apparently does not have … Continue reading

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Santa Claus Hasn’t Received My Letter yet!

In first grade, our teacher asked us to pen a letter to Santa for Christmas. She asked us, “Name one present you would like Santa to bring you for Christmas.” Then we were to write a letter to Santa, who, … Continue reading

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Nice Is a Matter of Perspective

Sitting in the living room the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and me were enjoying some hot apple cider tea and listening to some Christmas music. The song came that referred to Santa’s nice list and naughty list. I was … Continue reading

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