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A Christmas Prayer Meeting
Posted On 02/06/2020 00:43:35 by texasjane
My late husband, Ray, known to his friends, clients, and colleges as “Doc” was a psychologist by trade. One of his doctorates however was in religion. He did not have a denominational church, but did teach Christian philosophy to a small group.Ray and I had only been married about two years, but his tradition of going to downtown Dallas and picking up homeless people for the holidays had continued. We would rent a bus (school bus) and bring back homeless people for a christmas prayer meeting... Read More

Coal In My Stocking
Posted On 02/03/2020 23:45:30 by texasjane
There are a couple of "coal in the stocking stories" my grandmother used to tell me.One: A proud but poor man had 3 daughters that had reached the age to marry. The problem was, he had no dowry to give them. Through christmas magic; Sainta Clause secretly gave the family enough money to allow their daughters to start their lives out with their new husbands.He did this by placing the money in some stockings that were drying by the fireplace. When word spread abu the miracle; the custom of putting... Read More

The Flight of The Cherubs
Posted On 01/31/2020 01:47:35 by texasjane
"Quick, quick, get in the house. Got your camera handy? You gotta see what Bridget is doing now." My aunt ushered us all into the house. My mother handed her camera to her sister. Thanksgiving day had officially begun.My sister and I headed down the hall to find our cousin, Tina. We were all adopted and looked like sisters. Tina was one year younger than me and one year older than my sister. We looked like stair steps when we lined up. I was always the one on the end. Tina was always the one in... Read More

My Christmas 'To Do' List!
Posted On 12/10/2019 23:34:32 by yourchoice

My 'To Do' list is getting shorter these days... and writing a short blog will take another item off the list. I have been dropping by NOTH to see what's happening, visiting pages to admire christmas decorations, and reminding myself that I need to change my page... enough with the "Winter" theme! Because I was a bit short on ideas for my page, I decided to share photos from of our christmas decorations. We do tend to be somewhat "non-traditional" (not a Santa or an Elf to be found), b... Read More

A Brown Christmas Near The Mountains
Posted On 01/10/2019 00:43:55 by yourchoice
I’ve been a bit absent again, but we’ve made it through a wonderful family Christmas, in spite of a few health challenges and “enjoying” a rare brown Christmas. What’s with us these days? If we have snow, there's a lot of whining about the cold days, the slippery roads, and the bulky coats we have to wear. When the weather is warm, and the snow melts, we are disappointed because the christmas season doesn’t look like our christmas cards… and it’s just not right! The real problem... Read More

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