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Christmas Unwrapped

Christmas in Silver

I hope my readers enjoyed their Festivus, Christmas or Hanukkah. For the record, I celebrate Christmas with elements of Festivus mixed in for extra goodness.

I’m finally unwinding from a whirlwind weekend of family, food and lots of love sprinkled with wrapping paper and sparkly ribbon. Believe it or not during holiday gatherings I prefer to put the camera down in order to immerse in the moment without the distraction of a viewfinder.  Who am I kidding,  I’m too busy wrapping, cooking and caroling to stop and take a few proper pictures.

On the food front, this Christmas season was marked by a tremendous cookie failure. I consider myself a talented cook, but baking tends to be formidable challenge. I see a pile of flour – and I see a pile of flour – not the cookie within. My plan to recreate the Morton Family Strata for Christmas Day breakfast fell to the wayside and has been rescheduled for New Year’s Day.

Philadelphia Love

I was blessed with some very nice gifts this year, yet memories I really treasure (outside the surprise of a pretty blue boxed gift) was the time spent caroling with my nephew and sharing gift ‘secrets’ with my niece.

It looks like my good blogging buddy Jimmie Bise shares the same musical Christmas tradition

What fun memories do you have of this season? Let me know in the comment section.

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2 responses to “Christmas Unwrapped

  1. Trevor Hilton

    A couple of years ago on Christmas Oklahoma was hit by one of the 10-worst winter storms in the states history. I got off of work and, about an hour later, got on the highway. About an hour afterward there would be a 50 car pileup where I got on. About 3 hours later I made it to a gas station only about 5 miles from home, called my wife, and told her I’d try to make it on home the next day. So, I spent that Christmas Eve sleeping in my truck in a gas station parking lot.
    The next morning, Christmas, I woke up at 5 am and tried to leave, and got stuck. About then someone in a big 4×4 truck stopped to get some gas. Who tries to buy gas at 5 am on Christmas morning? Well, he pulled me out and I got on my way. Some distance later, I got stuck again. About then some workers leaving from a local power plant came by. One in a Jeep got me out and I continued on my way. A couple miles from home I got stuck again. I just locked it up and walked on home.
    A couple of days later, when the snow began to melt (you know you’re in OK when you run your heater in the morning and your AC in the afternoon) I grabbed a shovel to go try to dig it out. A neighbor trying out his new 4×4 stopped and went to help me get it.

    Every time I needed help, someone came along with just what I needed. As I was driving, if I saw someone needing help, and I could stop safely, I would try to help them. The Book of Hebrews says;

    Hebrews 13:2
    2Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.

    So, did God send me Angels when I needed them?

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