Monday, December 22, 2008

Merry Christmas!

I'm not sure if I'll have time to get around and wish all a very Merry Christmas so I wanted to do it now, here on my blog. So---

Concerning some of your comments about my previous post---
YES many do seem to be saying Merry Christmas this year to me also. I should have mentioned that in my post! I was dwelling too much on the negative I guess.

FOR TROPICAL MEXICAN: About those snow globes! When I mentioned to a friend I had been at International Mall, she asked me excitedly, "Oh did you see the huge snow globes?!?" I had to answer NO and that is actually what got me to thinking about my last post. Now I must admit I didn't walk the entire length of the mall, so perhaps the globes are in one of the areas, however, no swags or lights, or Christmas music in the main mall the day I was there. Now I'm curious to return, simply to look for those wonderful globes!!! I hope they are there, that would make me smile!
FOR MIGHTY MOM: The feel good story I mentioned on your comment section follows.

A dear couple in our church have opened their home up to a single mom and her nine year old daughter. Now the single mom can breathe a sigh of relief for the time being, as she adjusts to her new job and continues looking for a better one. I'm so thrilled there are such giving people in this world such as this loving, godly couple who welcomed her and her sweet little girl into their home!

As MIGHTY MOM asked a couple of weeks ago on her blog; if you have a "warm, feel-good" story to share about this Christmas season, please tell us!

Love You All!
"For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior which is Christ the Lord."
Luke 2:11


Penless Thoughts said...

Merry Christmas to you Pam. You are very loved by me :o)

Anonymous said...

I just had to call Humana Insurance main office in Lexington and spoke with a lady that ended the call with a Merry Christmas, I thanked her and said I appreciated her saying that. She said I don't say anything else, if I offend someone that is too bad.

Z said...

What a GORGEOUS tree and great news about your and Rita's Mom! HURRAH!

MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! your tree is GORGEOUS! xx Z

Nina in Portugal said...

Merry Christmas Pam!!

Feliz Natal!

Humble wife said...

Merry Christmas from jAy*des friend's mom! Lol

Merry Christmas from the Double Nickel PenofJen family!

Jungle Mom said...

I did get the good news! And I am also rejoicing about the home for the single mom and daughter.

MightyMom said...

Merry Christmas!

that is a wonderful act of great generosity! thanks for retelling it!!

Papa Frank said...

Thanks for stopping by my humble blog home. Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Penless Thoughts said...

I just passed an award on to you. Come & see.

Kelly said...

Merry Christmas, Pam! Look forward to more regular posts after the holidays. So glad to hear about your mom's good report. God bless you and your family in the coming year.

Lori said...

Merry Christmas!!!
Love the picture of your Christmas tree.

Candy-Faith said...

Merry Christmas and thank you for the card I got in the mail today :)
Love Candy

Baptist Girl said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours Pam!

Jim and Cristina

A Note From Theresa said...

Merry Christmas Pam!

Lyndy said...


Continuing to pray for your mom.

Praying you and your family have a glorious and blessed holiday.

Merry Christmas my sweet friend.

Hugs, Lyndy

Webutante said...

Merry Christmas, Pam and family!

Anonymous said...

No tamales for me today, hehe. The kids come home tomorrow, yippy!

Hope your day was filled with family and love and most of all the blessing of Christ.

Tropical Mexican said...

The snowglobe display was in the center by the glass elevaters. It wasn't quite what I expected. They had it tied into the santa line and there was only one that You could walk through. I knew Sophie wouldn't sit on a Santa's lap that she didn't know, but she wanted to wait anyway. The snow was fun.
Ideally thought it would be all over the mall. Oh well.