Well so much for those “all about Christmas” posts I hoped to write after getting moved . . .
Believe me. I wrote every one of them in my head.
Instead, I’ll just count it a major accomplishment that the move is behind us, everything (including the tricky laundry) now has a place, and Christmas presents are wrapped—except several ordered online and shipped ahead of me to Texas—because I didn’t plan well enough . . . but you won’t make me count those, will you?
It’s five days until Christmas,
so I’m going to assume if you’re reading this, you’re skimming quickly (I get that!), so I’ll give you a very quick peak at the new digs where we’ll be adventurous for the next few months while building our Finally Farmhouse. It’s just over 300 *cozy* square feet, and we’re settling in quite nicely, thank you. Someday I’ll take pics in the daylight so you can see the view!
So, for now, this is My Place.
The one that promises adventure, creative cooking, and a shared remote. 😉 We’re very grateful to have it.
May gratitude be on your mind and lips, too, during this holy season.
May the Baby in the manger beckon to you, calling you to draw near to accept the free and unmerited gifts He offers: love … and relationship
For God so loved the world that he gave his only son, that whoever believes in him, will not perish, but have everlasting life. (John 3:16)
May you find room in your heart (and make time in your busy schedule) to reach beyond yourself to neighbors, friends, family who need some creative caring.
May you know that you are loved. I may not know the name or circumstance of every one of you who visits here, but I don’t need to. God already knows all about you. I care because He cares.
Merry Christmas, my friends . . . from My Place to Yours. I’ll be enjoying time with family. I hope you can, too!