Today is the day that we celebrate the birth of my savior Jesus Christ. I am so thanful that he came and the many blessing that he has given to me throughout my life. This year for Christmas, our tradition have been different...as anyone my age can understand. For 26 years, we have spent Christmas Eve with my Nanny(my Dad's Grandma). She went to home to be with Jesus on Monday. Although yesterday was different and we did not celebrate with her and her family all day things happened that made me smile. Also, I realized that Jesus knows exactly what he is doing up there and gives and takes away at the right time in our life.
Yes seasons are changing and things are different...and it moments when most of the world would be sad I have a millon reasons to smile. So today, I say Happy Birthday Jesus. I hope you are honored in somemany ways today by millons of people.
Merry Christmas friends and family, Merry Christmas.
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Day 24: I am thankful for Nicaragua! It is a country that as a piece of my heart! I love the people there and the culture and there love and faith in God! It is amazing! I am so thankful that Jesus sent me there!
Day 25: I am thankful for games! I love to play games like Rook, Uno, Phase 10, Apples to Apples, Scatogries, the list could go on and on!
Day 26: I am thankful for birthdays! I love that every0ne has one day a year that is their special day! It makes me so happy!
Day 27: Christmas Decorations! I LOVE them end of story! (pictures to come of my decor and three may four trees!)
Day 28:Blogging-This is a way for me to write down my thoughts and get out what I have in my head. It is an escape from the thoughts in my head!
Day 29:The sprit of Christmas and Celebration of Jesus's Birthday!(his special day) Don't forget to put Christ into your Christmas!!! I love the postive and loving attitudes of people this time of year! Wouldn't it be great if it last year around?!?! Oh I wish!
Day 30: Hot water-There is nothing that I love more on a stressful day then a hot bath! In America, we take this so forgranted! Just go to a country with NO hot water and you will know what I am talking about! ;)