To All My Friends

My First Christmas, 1950

My First Christmas, 1950

Well, our celebration is here. If you are not ready you only have a few hours left. I wonder in my mind if we are ever truly ready to worship and celebrate the birth of our Savior. That decision is up to you and God. It is a personal walk with him. I pray that if you do not know Jesus personally you will allow him to speak to you, like HE did to the farmer through the birds in a previous post.

I want to take just a quick moment, as I know you have so many better things to do today, just to thank you for following my blog. I am the blessed one here that so many new friends are around to celebrate this great commemoration tomorrow. So I say Merry Christmas from Dixie, the best part of the world :-).Β Β  God bless you and your families. May you make joyful memories that will be cherished for generations to follow.

Your Friend,



25 thoughts on “To All My Friends

  1. Merry Christmas, my friend!!

    All the best to you and your loved ones in the year 2014!

    ☜(βŒ’β–½βŒ’)☞ CHEERS!! ☜(βŒ’β–½βŒ’)☞

  2. We pray your Christmas was as special and as blessed as you are Andy! We’re believing that the New Year is going to bring even more blessings our way. Here’s looking forward to going higher in the Lord and learning more of Him.

    Blessings and Love in Christ Jesus!
    Ma Chris and Rebeca

    • Haha! I wondered if anyone would notice that. In my early years we always shared CHRISTmas with my cousins. That bike was for my older cousin Chet. We saw for the first time in over 20 years this past summer. When I showed him this picture, he laughed at the memory of his first bike. “I loved that bike,” he said.

      Thanks for the smile! Have a Happy 2014!!!

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