Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Christmas Sunshine

A sunshiney day overflowing with God's blessings, like beautiful children in new clothes.


And wonderful things to eat, and a tableful of family to share with.


A spotting scope for Felix, and a trip to the lake to practice viewing the gulls.




Lots and lots of cello-piano music from Clara and the Composer. A fire in the woodstove.


A tree full of beloved ornaments. A hike. A happy baby riding a tricycle down the hall.

"Your sun will set no more; neither will your moon wane; for you will have the Lord for an everlasting Light, and the days of your mourning will be finished."
(Isaiah 60: 20)

8 comments:

ruth said...

that's a treasure, anna...a christmas focused on the joy of the Lord and on family---rather than drama! mine was blessed as well.

Jen said...

What a beautiful post. I love the tricycle part.....that is what Christmas is all about....the birth of Jesus and our children smiling and happy. isn't life good?

Julian said...

how beautiful! Thankyou for sharing the photos, and for that verse. What a treasure for always!
Christina Gomez

Beverly said...

I loved the scripture verse, Anna!
What a wonderful treasure of words to focus on, as my Mom went to her heavenly home this year. You have a beautiful family. Pictures of your little one has brought smiles to my face several times! I enjoy your blog.

lauraofharvestlane said...

What beautiful simple joys!
You have such a way with finding the precious beauty in things.

God bless & Happy New Year!

Laura
P.S. I've added you to my blogroll at www.lauraofharvestlane.wordpress.com . Please come & visit!

Davene said...

Wonderful!

Thanks for sharing what brought you joy this Christmas.

Anonymous said...

Is that chocolate mint fudge in your pic of goodies? Would you mind sharing the recipe, please?

Marlaine said...

I love your comment of "a happy baby riding a tricycle down the hall." :-) Brings back fun memories of the Christmas my older two kids were rollerblading(!) in the house because there was over a foot of snow the ground! ;-)

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