Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas From Inside the Little Blue Bungalow

Merry Christmas friends and family,

I am sitting here with my mug filled with egg nog, thick slice of pumpkin bread slathered with butter, and my is heart full. It is Christmas morning. The Christ child is born...a time to celebrate with family and friends in the freshly fallen snow (yes we got more!).

As you enjoy the food, fellowship, and packages today I hope you remember the greatest gift of all...the price Jesus paid on the cross for you. You don't have to have a prefect past or know every book in the bible...just a deep desire to have a personal relationship with Jesus. He will carry you through everything...divorce, bankruptcy, job loss, etc...nothing is too great for him. I know personally (he has carried our family through some tough challenges) but having him at the steer made it all that more exciting. is NOT about the food, presents, or just having the day off. It is about the greatest gift being born so many years ago in a common stable. Remember this today and always...the real meaning behind Christmas...Jesus's birth.

From inside the little blue bungalow,
Katie Jean
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Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

So very true!
Merry Christmas Y'all!

Nancy Cook said...

Merry Christmas, Drew, KJ, Fiona and Keegan!

Glenn said...

Merry Christmas Brittens! Your weather looks fun.

We are having similar, except it is too cold today to go outside. Maybe tomorrow.

Thanks for the postcard last week!

His wife, Bonnie said...

Grandma is checking daily from the midwest . . please post some more pics:) Snow has all melted here!

Southern Fried Gal said...

Amen, sister! Beautifully spoken!

Sounds like you had a wonderful Christmas. I'm glad you stopped by on the tour of homes so I could "meet" you!

OK - can I admit that I'm a little jealous about your snow and pumpkin bread? Care to share your recipe for the bread?