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Outpouring of Aprons!

Outpouring of Aprons!

This Christmas I made aprons for all the ladies in the family (including the littlest one.) One of the ladies’ husbands (not pictured) remarked, “To give my wife an apron is like giving a blind man a telescope!” I take it she doesn’t cook much.  Each apron has a bar towel on the front so you can wipe your hands as you go. I ended up sewing twenty-two. It is kind-of habit forming, once you get started.  One of my granddaughters…

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Here Comes Christmas!

Here Comes Christmas!

Someone ought to show this Christmas Cactus a calendar. This isn’t supposed to happen for another three weeks. By that time, this dear plant will be over and done for another year. Hope you all are not overwhelmed by a calendar that seems to run on high speed through this holiday season. Stop and consider the reason for the season and all that wonderful person is to you through your day-to-day lives.   My books are available at https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B007F5H0H4

The Greatest Gift

The Greatest Gift

Someone sent this to me and I wanted to share it with you. It is from someone named Brant Hansen and was from his 2019 FaceBook page. “Mangers are odd little things. They’re feeding troughs, of course. In ancient Israel, they were made of stone. They’re not super-comfortable, but you know what? In a pinch, they can be kind of protective. That’s why experts -priests who lived near Bethlehem, near a hill known for raising sacrificial lambs- would put lambs…

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Don’t Miss It

Don’t Miss It

A few days ago we did our annual Walk to the Manger play at Colonial Presbyterian Church, Quivira campus, complete with a live baby and a cast of at least forty. This production is more than just a play. The words to one of the songs is very direct.   “Would you have been there, what would you have done? Would you have stayed, would you have run? Would He see you, would you just pass by? Would your heart…

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Christmas 2018

Christmas 2018

Twenty-four of us gathered in the new kitchen to celebrate Jesus’ birth on Christmas Day this year. How fortunate we are to be able to meet together and enjoy one another as a family. May you have a wonderful new year, filled with God’s blessings.   God’s Little Miracle Book is now available in audio at https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/sally-jadlow/1303687606 for iTunes and at Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B007F5H0H4

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