Tag Archives: Christmas
What’s it like during the Holidays without our special people around? On one hand, I try to be excited about the holiday season outwardly, but inwardly I’m still remorseful and dejected thinking about empty places at our table. It’s tough … Continue reading
Quote from our granddaughter, Liberty, “Nana, I’m really not in the mood for a nap, but I’m really into opening presents and stockings!” .
Watching Toy Story, eating popcorn and cookies, snuggling together in the chair…that’s what grandparenting is all about! .
Blessings to the anonymous donor of a ‘Chutes & Ladder’ game! Christmas morning, our family discovered a wrapped gift placed on our doorstep. The note attached to the gift read: “To the Lasher grandchildren from Santa!” Blessings to the … Continue reading
Nothing quite equals the magical awakening of Christmas through a child’s eyes! All is new; all is good; all is alive, and all is well! Oh that we as adults could capture and model this innocent character. The world and … Continue reading
Long down coat–check; 2 layers under that–check; tall warm boots–check; scarf–check; Hood–check; Large goggle-like glasses–check (not for sun, but to reduce wind chill on face); Deer skin mittens–check. Yup, guess I’m now ready to walk outdoors to clear my head … Continue reading
First thing this morning, I hear the words to Hold On, by Toby Mac. Listen to the meaning behind the words: “Wake up to the morning light – wipe away the lonely night – let a brand new day … Continue reading
I heard “Oh Holy Night” on the radio on the way to church this morning. I thought to myself how cool that would be to have that song sung at my funeral or “home to glory” service. Not a … Continue reading
Outside in the cold, damp Michigan weather…my husband and I hang our foot long candy wrapped, silver, gold, red and green ornaments. We are blessed with a 25-foot evergreen tree that stands sentry over our outdoor nativity scene. I … Continue reading