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Hens a laying.

December 26, 2011


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So much to be thankful for…Let me just rattle off a few:
1.)So much family together on Christmas Eve.
2.)Sleeping in on Christmas morning??…with 7 kids…crazy but true.
3.)The way the sun burst on a hedge of briars making them glow red on the way out the other evening.
4.)Piles of water painting paper…stacks and stacks.
5.)Yen interrupting me right now to tell me she wants me to “be Blessed”.. and to thank me (again) for her presents.
6.)Brie.. and a husband who brings it to me as a late night Christmas snack.
7.)Happy HeyTells from friends on Christmas wishing us Merry Christmas
8.)Quiet Christmas afternoons, roped off for just our tribe.
9.)Daughters who can actually prepare side dishes for dinner.
10.)… umm…err… that my strong daughters had better aim with the bow and arrow game then my sons.
11.)That no matter what Christmas has become it still is a time where you can hear worship on TV..even if they don’t know what they are singing about:)
12.)…umm….on Christmas afternoon …umm…”A Gypsy Christmas Wedding” was on TLC. Love it.lol
13.)waking up this morning to a Sunrise with all the colors of a sunset.
14.)sitting around coming up with words of knowledge for NewYears day.
15.)Our hens started laying again.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. December 27, 2011 1:23 pm

    What a beautiful, wonderful list of Christmas blessings! Quiet Christmas afternoons, roped off for just our tribe… love it! 🙂 Sounds like you had a wonderful day!

  2. December 31, 2011 10:55 pm

    gratitude must ring sweet in our Saviour’s ears…
    I know I love it 🙂

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