‘…Christmas in the Northwest is a gift God wrapped in green.’Christmas in the Northwest, always a gift of God, and again this year it will be wrapped in green here at our home near Puget Sound. To satisfy our craving for snow, my husband and I drove to the summit of Snoqualmie Pass today, to play with Lucy our dog in the snow and allow me a few minutes to take a few photos. The cold, elevation and my asthma made walking a chore, but it was gorgeous! I took an ornament with me, just in case I found the perfect spot for a wintry scene. Thankfully, we found just the place with the sun peeping through the clouds for a few minutes to provide the brightly lit hills behind the snowy alpine trees.
‘Christmas in the Northwest,’ by Brenda White is a favorite Christmas song of mine. If you have time, click the ‘play’ button on the player and listen to a beautiful song for a couple minutes, I think you’ll be blessed. [Disclosure: The MP3 shared with you was purchased.]
Hoping you and yours have a wonderful day together to celebrate the meaning of Christmas ~ faith, family and friends.
I thought it might be fun to open a two day only Christmas meme, if you have the time and would like to share, I’d enjoy seeing your seasonal cheer!
Merry Christmas and Be Blessed!
‘CHRISTMAS CHEER #1′
It’s time for you to enter your photos in ”CHRISTMAS CHEER #1.’ ‘Christmas Cheer’ is open to everyone and is Christmas themed. Pick one of your posts that pleases you most about Christmas and share it with us! The linky will be open today Christmas day and tomorrow, then will close tomorrow night at 23:59 until next Christmas 2013!
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- Submit the url of your ‘Christmas Cheer,’ blog post, not your main blog url, using the LinkyTools prompt below.
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- Visit some of other entries, meet some new people and leave encouraging comments.
Thank you for visiting and sharing!
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