“What a surprise to open my eyes and glimpse my world covered in snow.” -November Snow/Tina Yes, I did just quote one of my poems, but with a purpose, of course. Today was only slightly different; it went something like this: what a surprise to open my blinds and glimpse the snow tumbling down! As … Continue reading It’s Snowing!
[They exchanged the truth about God for a lie] Looking back on past Christmases, I’m sad to think of all the times I didn’t appreciate the gift that I was given and was disappointed when I saw others receiving (what I perceived as) so much more. I’m glad that I’m not that version of me, … Continue reading The Unexchangeable Gift
Oh this crazy whirlwind life With all it's hills, and all it's strife It's sorrows It's setbacks For which I am blessed For all that I'm given And all of life's tests. It all brings me closer To much lovelier things And a day that's still waiting To justify life's stings For good things are … Continue reading Wonder in the Whirlwind
There was no room The inn was full God was aware This too foreknown These tiny hands And tiny feet A less than Kingly Reception to greet. Yet men who were wise They came From the East Bringing three gifts For this tiny King Of gold, of frankincense, and myrrh Rejoicing and worshipping A virgin … Continue reading No Room
https://youtu.be/NF47_pcQaRQ I post a lot of deep and serious stuff. Sometimes it can be very dry, and even I struggle to get through it--though It's so important and I won't hesitate to keep sharing it. However, because there is a time for everything, we also benefit from a bit of good fun. Being that it's … Continue reading A Little Christmas Spirit