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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

REDnesday Christmas

Santa will have come and gone, the house all quiet before next REDnesday. It has been a pleasure visiting Sue at http://suelovescherries.blogspot each week. Take a minute from your hectic schedule and drop by and wish everyone a

Nothing more treasured or meaningful than something made by the precious hands of a child. A gingerbread house filled with much love.

Blessings to one and all.


We cannot control life so that all sorrows fall in the off season. Sometimes they come at Christmas. Christmas or any other time is never perfect. Trust and obey.

22 comments:

~~Carol~~ said...

I remember the gingerbread house that my daughter made one year when she was little. We kept it for a couple of years, but when we moved it got tossed in the garbage. They're always too pretty to eat!
Merry Christmas and Happy REDnesday!
Carol

Karen ~ Briarside Lane said...

Oh, Dear LV... I had to check my calendar when I saw "REDnesday Christmas." I thought I LOST Tuesday!!!

Have a Blessed Christmas!

bettyl said...

What a lovely assortment of reds!

Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Carol said...

Beautiful pictures. I especially appreciate your last comment. Wise and encouraging words.

Audrey said...

Happy Rednesday to you! You are so right about us not being in control. But we know who is in control and He comforts us and gives us the Peace that passes understanding. May the God of Hope give you the peace that you need right now!
Blessings, Audrey

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Yeah, as soon as we think we're in control of something, it turnes out we're not of so many and thank God we have Him to comfort us and give us strength...all year round! Wishing you lovely lady the merriest of Christmas, it's been so nice sharing with you my posts and I loved visiting you this year that's almost ending.
FABBY

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I enjoyed the pictures,but it was the words you end with that made this post beautiful.Thanks.

Mom Walds Place said...

Merry Christmas to YOU and yours!

Betsy said...

Hi LV,

There is truly nothing as special as a decoration made by a child. I treasure mine. Thank you for the wise words at the end of this post. There are many who are struggling this time of year and this is a good reminder to keep them in our prayers.

Merry Christmas and blessings in the New Year,

Betsy

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

LV have a blessed and very Merry Christmas!

Terra said...

I love your words "trust and obey".
Merry Christmas to you; I am your new follower.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Wonderful post LV. Your closing words are so true!

Merry Christmas!

Riet said...

Here's wishing yo a wonderful Christmastime LV

Riet

Tanya@takesix said...

Best wishes for a blessed Christmas, LV!! Thank you for stopping by Take Six!

DearHelenHartman said...

Happy Rednesay and a Merry Christmas! Love your lovely reds today.

❀~Myrna~❀ said...

Yes, LV I have had many sorrows to happen near Christmas time .They don't always come in the off season .
But, He comforts the heart and gives us his Joy .Grand kids are a gift of joy from the Lord , too. :)
Merry Christmas to you and Your Family!

April said...

Just dropping by to say Merry Christmas to you! I hope yours is special!
~april

Sarah ~ Magnolia's Attic said...

I treasure the ornaments made by my children when they were little, and now the ones made by my granddaughter.
Have a wonderful Christmas!

High Heeled Life said...

Children are a true blessing! Merry Christmas my dear friend... Wishing you and your family a wonderful Christmas! xo HHL

Mary said...

Hello LV, sending you tidings for a Merry Christams !

bj said...

lOVE your red post. Red is good all year round but especially at Christmas.
Merry Christmas...

D said...

Hi, LV,
What an adorable gingerbread house. And thanks for the reminder. No matter what, we have to trust and obey even if it's sometimes hard.
D