Tag Archives: Christmas
Chesterton On Christmas
“When we were children we were grateful to those who filled our stockings at Christmas time. Why are we not grateful to God for filling our stockings with legs?” -G K Chesterton
I saw the meme below, posted by an old friend of my wife and I. Wise advice from a wise, successful woman. I commented that I would be blogging this and will give her the credit. Thanks, Mary
I think Rick may be on to something here…. ”Why I Don’t Do Xmas Decorations”
It’s been years and years since I last heard this and when I stumbled (OK, I searched for it) I thought I should share. I suppose it isn’t very PC/woke of me, but I’ve never pretended to be either. Soon … Continue reading
This Grandfather . . .
I’ll start with a hearty “Thank You!” to the late Mr. Jobs and the developers at Apple that in 2007, created a device that could take a quality photo and then instantly transmit it anywhere in the world. This grandfather … Continue reading
Thinking … Too Much
I just heard that there are only 365 shopping days until Christmas (2020 is a leap year). Swell. Christmas seemed different this year. It was a great day, but it was different. We weren’t running around from place to place … Continue reading
Everyone Is From Somewhere . . .
It was 1989 when the Rock Island Album was released and after hearing “Another Christmas Song” I said that someday, I would be the old man mentioned in the song. Thirty years later, with dad dying this year, that prophecy … Continue reading
Taking The Easy Way Out
Christmas Eve is almost upon us and I suppose already is for some of my readers. Be sure to click on the link to get to the blog page as the primary subject is in a … Continue reading