Category Archives: Christmas Letters

Many Happy Returns to 2016!

Open your doors, swing wide your windows to send the old year out! See, even now… He gives us a new year promise of refreshing streaming in! 19 “Listen carefully, I am about to do a new thing, Now it … Continue reading

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When Trumpet Glorias Are On the Wing

Dear Friend, Christmas reminds me… God is always writing music behind the scenes, waiting for the perfect moment of GLORIA to unveil.   A new provision beyond our dreams.  A joy to behold, simply for the delight of it.  The … Continue reading

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Can’t Get Enough of these Merry Holly Holy Days? :)

I have fresh Christmas Letters still steeping in holly cup and saucer to warm you here this season… But, in the meantime… should you be craving a bit more Christmas and Candlelight ponderings, prayers, memories and stories… I invite you … Continue reading

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Love’s Pure Light Dawning

Special Delivery Letter for Christmas Day! . Dear Friend, Is it any surprise that I LOVE Norman Rockwell? 🙂 Oh, does this picture make me itch to draw one like  it! Love the beautiful face of the dog that SO … Continue reading

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An Evensong Note for Christmas Eve…

Christmas Eve was a night of song that wrapped itself about you like a shawl. But it warmed more than your body. It warmed your heart… filled it, too, with melody that would last forever. ~Bess Streeter Aldrich A Christmas … Continue reading

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I Saw One Christmas Ship Come Sailing In…(A True Story)

“Time was with most of us, when Christmas Day, encircling all our limited world like a magic ring, left nothing out for us to miss or seek; bound together all our  home enjoyments, affections and hopes; grouped everything and everyone … Continue reading

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Christmastime… it is a feeling in the air

Dear Friend, This season finds me in a pensive mood, pondering words to paint what I think, truly, is will-o-wisp as a feeling. How to hold it in our hands once more! I am thinking back, like Dickens in his … Continue reading

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