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Christmas and New Year’s blessings to you! Browse below, or click here (bit.ly/2018esphotos) to see the photos. For even more pictures click here.
Two-year-old Walter and I had fun making up a song about a fictitious Christmas treat. Christmas Bagel was red and green. It was delicious, the cutest thing you’ve ever seen. CHRISTMAS BAGEL! We love Christmas Bagel. Happy, happy, happy Christmas … Continue reading
Long ago and not so far away–Central (now Covenant) Lutheran in Stoughton, Wis.–my mother’s circle participated in the congregation’s Holiday Bazaar. Donated crafts, doll clothes, cookies, candy, popcorn balls and Christmas decorations were sold at low, church-basement prices. Lunch was … Continue reading
During these last days of Christmas, I find myself taking down and taking stock. Paul took down our Scandinavian wood candelabra from the window sills. Now over 30 years old, Paul must coddle the candelabras’ little, irreplaceable bulbs that provide … Continue reading
… when you’re making other plans, and we had such a good plan. Paul and I were going to drive to Stevens Point, Wis., tomorrow morning. It’s Pastor Annie’s first Christmas, and we were looking forward to attending Christmas Eve … Continue reading
Paul recorded four-year-old Annie singing a made-up song, a song we’ve come to call “Annie’s song of Community.” Find the video clip at http://bit.ly/SongofCommunity. Annie’s Song of Community Hello, hello, how are you doing? Hello, hello, hello! How are you … Continue reading