Monthly Archives: December 2010

A New Neighbor!

14The Word became flesh and blood, and moved into the neighborhood. We saw the glory with our own eyes, the one-of-a-kind glory, like Father, like Son, Generous inside and out, true from start to finish. 15John pointed him out and … Continue reading

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We’ve been Christmasing

Lots of Christmasy things have been happening around here lately.

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Christmas Eve Eve

The other night, our DVD player broke, so we resorted to watching VHS home movies from Christmas twenty years ago.  I always find it way more pleasing to watch myself as a toddler rather than in the dreaded middle school … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays from Williamsburg

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Christmas Joy

This morning I read the Upper Room Devotional, which was all about gift-giving, and it reminded me of the Christmas when I got my American Girl Doll.  I loved Addy so, so much, and treated her as if she were … Continue reading

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Recollections . . .

. . . My sensational reminiscing was cut short by the urgent thought that if I stayed in the hot shower too long, the steam would set off the extra-loud smoke detector in my apartment that lives on the ceiling … Continue reading

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Recollections from the Shower

I have spent the day hunched over my computer, excruciatingly convincing my brain to “Please, please focus.”  After a number of hours (the exact amount I will not divulge), I finished my first final paper of the semester.  After a … Continue reading

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