This crazy pandemic year has taken so much from us, but it has added some things as well. Yesterday I discovered another blessing. It felt like a return to yesteryear with a twist. Let me explain.
There was a constant Christmas squabble at our house when I was growing up. Mom wanted us to wait until Christmas Morning for presents and dad wanted us to open gifts on Christmas Eve. Many years we compromised and opened gifts following candlelight worship at 11:00 p.m. Either way there was always a fresh supply of gifts from Santa around the tree on Christmas morning with one exception. The exception year was a
Hello Neighbors! Thank you everyone who has adopted an Angel! It is exciting to see them fly off the tree so fast. We still have Angels available at the Chamber and Uncle Bob’s Bowling in Herington, First National Bank of Hope, Hope location, and the City Hall in White City. Gifts and donations need to be dropped off at their respective locations by December 17th so that they can be distributed December 22nd and 23rd. We are accepting cash donations for any Angels that don’t get adopted or to use for supplemental gifts.
This is the second day in a row that our 4-year old granddaughter Harmony has popped out of bed, gotten dressed and ready to go, and marched into her mother’s room announcing, “ I’m ready to go to nana’s house.”
It’s a Win-Win