To remember the birth of Jesus who came to show us the way to our heavenly Father and life everlasting. It is a time also to thank God for all of his blessings including our loved ones who are already with Him, and those who are still with us to love and enjoy. We wish each of you a very special Christmas filled with love and blessings.
Jim and I are doing well for Octogenarians. We have our routines including time with our church family and friends. Jim teaches a lot of Bible studies. I sing in choir and am on the prayer team and a Deacon at church. We enjoy following the lives of our 18 grandchildren (including ‘by marriage’) and 6 great grandchildren. These range from newborn to college age to those in their 30’s. Life goes on.
This year we were blessed to visit with my family in Arkansas and Jim’s family who met in Kansas City to celebrate his sister, Norma’s 80th birthday. I love Facebook because we can keep up with family members and close friends that are farther away in distance. We see pictures of newborns, graduations, special events and share thoughts and fun ideas.
Here are some pictures of Jim and his siblings and spouses. There is also two pictures with our son Andy and his children.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you in this very blessed Christmas time. May it be meaningful to you in every way. God bless each of you.