Sunday, December 24, 2006


"For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son; that whosoever believeth in him should not perish but have everlasting life." John 3:16

Thank you God for sending your only son to be born of a virgin, perform many miracles, die for our sins, rise from the dead on the third day, and now sit at the right hand of God.

May you all have a wonderful Christmas remembering the birth of Jesus!

I have heard that we are expecting to get snow the day after Christmas! As Peacock prayed tonight "please bless us with lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of snow!" I can only dream of riding on this horse drawn sleigh through the mountains with all that snow!

photo from freefoto.

UPDATE: We got nothing... no snow, no flurries, no ice! What a bummer... that's life in the state we live in!

Also, I want to add that Little Mama was so cute, as always. Every time we told her to say Merry Christmas she would say "Jesus" instead. Very fitting!


Laura said...

Oh, that photo is sooo beautiful. I can only dream of SC ever getting that much snow. :-)

Merry Christmas to you and Happy Birthday, Letisha!!!

rcsnickers said...

Thank you Laura! Maybe you guys will get some snow too -- sure Ella would love that!


Audrey said...

Merry Christmas! My boys miss the snows of CO so badly. I however do not. LOL! I must say it is magical when you are standing out underneath those huge snowflakes as they are falling all around you.

I hope your day is wonderful! We are relaxing and smelling the ham in the oven cooking, yum! Wish yall could come over for lunch ;-)

rcsnickers said...

Are you from CO? My brother and his wife used to live in Boulder, CO! Just beautiful! Expense to live there but VERY BEAUTIFUL!!!

Wish we could come over for lunch!


Audrey said...

We lived there for a year in 93 right outside of Aspen. I was born in LA but have lived most of my life in Texas.

Am I correct in saying Happy Birthday!!!!

I hope you have a blessed day!

rcsnickers said...

Yep, Christmas is my birthday! Thanks!!