We are lucky enough to live within 5 miles of Mr. and Mrs. Claus. Beginning on Thanksgiving, Santa and his wife open their house to the public every night thru Christmas Eve.
Santa begins the decorating process early in October, adding new decorations every year. We enjoy driving by their house in the fall, watching Santa prepare his grounds wearing his standard blue jeans and a red shirt. I don’t know that I’ve ever driven by Santa’s house and not seen him in a red shirt and jeans. Continue reading “Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claus” →
Full disclosure, I am writing this on a Sunday. I should be in church. Instead, I am banging out this post on my keyboard. Yes, the thought that I should be in church is a personal opinion – my own humble personal opinion.
Further disclosure, I tend to skip church the first Sunday of the month. Why? Because Protestants tend to have Communion the first Sunday of each month. Communion Sunday means long services. I know, not very Christian of me, missing one of the holiest acts of faith. However, when I opened my eyes this morning, and I saw the beautiful green plants in my room, I thanked God for waking me to a brand new day. So there. Continue reading “Sunday Dress Code” →