Good evening to you all. I've been buried with editing projects and getting ready for Christmas. Today we went to my son's house--several hours away and had a Christmas brunch and opened presents with him and his wife and her parents, along with our two granddaughters--both expecting babies in March --and their husbands. My girls are really "blossoming!" We'll go to church tomorrow for a Christmas message and back on Monday for the early service of our Christmas Eve service. That's always so inspirational. Then Christmas day our daughter and husband and younger son will be here for Christmas.
Laurie, I've had carpal tunnel surgeries in both wrists, and it made a great deal of difference. And I hope you can get your car fixed for less. I pray your family time will be pleasant.
Don, my heart breaks with you for Carol's announcement. I had wondered how she was doing. I hope your Christmas will be blessed with God's presence, in spite of her weakened condition.
Edy, I like how you contribute to your church's activities. I am blessed with the privilege of writing a couple of devotionals for our church's web site and editing the others that come out weekly.
Marianne, you always have something to make me smile. May God grant you and John an extra blessing with those sweet grandsons this Christmas. Children do make the season fun with their innocence and their joy.
Blessings wished here for all porch pals!