merry christmas

Hard to believe people lack better things to do on Christmas Eve, but to anyone reading this, I hope you have a great Christmas.

This year marks the start of some Christmas traditions for kel and I. Thanks to some shopping on her part, we now have a six-foot-high christmas tree, and the first of many decorations (plus a couple of old decorations taken from our old, one-foot-high christmas tree). Kel has long been reluctant to have a christmas tree, so for her to move a tree into our house is a big deal.

For me, it’s time to try and get back to remembering the real meaning of Christmas – as the name suggests, the birth of Christ – rather than be swept up in end-of-year busy-ness.

Oh, and to finish the sermon I’m writing.


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