FOTD – 02-11-2020 – Christmas Cactus I didn’t even realize it had started blooming because part of the table cloth on which the plants stand is red. But it’s blooming. Not with quite the verve it showed last November and… Read More ›
I am often up around dawn, but I rarely take pictures. Today, though, the sky was alight with a glorious bright dawn. Then, a few hours later, I got more birds. Hope you enjoyed your holidays.
By Clement Clarke Moore ‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all thro’ the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be… Read More ›
The Christmas truce (German: Waffenstillstand; French: Trêve de Noël) was a series of widespread but unofficial ceasefires along the Western Front during the Christmas season of 1914. During the days leading to Christmas day, German and British soldiers left their… Read More ›
‘Twas the week before Christmas, and up in the Hollows . . . ‘Twas the week before Christmas, and up in the Hollows, Solstice bonfires were burning, to toast the marshmallows. The pixies were snug in their stump, even Jenks, Who… Read More ›
A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE! WRITTEN BY MADMEGSBLOG – DECEMBER 22, 2019 A small but significant Christmas miracle recently happened on Friday. The magazine Christianity Today published an op-ed that said Trump should be removed from office. It seems like the Evangelicals denounced their… Read More ›
A Photo a Week Challenge: Christmas Memories From 2003, granddaughter Kaity putting the topper on the tree. Sixteen year later, she is all grown up. Merry Christmas to all!
The More-or-Less Annual George R. Stewart, Jimmy Stewart Christmas Post – Reblog – Earth Abides Project
Christmas 2019 Here’s the annual re-post of a story of the close connections between George R. Stewart and Jimmy Stewart, and between the mythical town of Bedford Falls and the real town of Indiana, Pennsylvania, the boyhood home of both… Read More ›
Christmas Edition – Share Your World QUESTIONS FOR THE WEEK – 12-16-19: Do you enjoy receiving Christmas cards through snail mail? As long as they don’t include a fake picture of a gloriously happy family posed fakely in front of… Read More ›