Tuesday, December 25, 2012

It's A Wrap~Christmas 2012 is a Memory

But the meaning of Christmas 
should wrap us 
in a warm blanket for 
the coming year.

This is such a lovely way to say Merry Christmas to all of you that we love so dearly.  May you have received every good gift this year and may you have given them as well.  May your hearts be filled with wonder and love and gratitude as you ponder the things and people that matter most in your lives.

At the same time we  hope you enjoyed the wonderful and fun traditions that make the Christmas Season memorable as you spent time with your families and friends.  And if circumstance didn't permit that, we know that keeping them in your heart works too. Wherever you are and whatever you are doing keep the spirit of Christmas alive in you as you enjoy the New Year with all its blessings.


Sister Susie said...

May we keep the Spirit of the LORD in us always, all throughtout the day as we do what He has for us in our daily lives.

Thank you, Bonnie for sharing the videos to remind us of why we are here; to glorify our Heavenly Father, Creator, Savior GOD!
Love to you and yours, Susan

Marie said...

Merry Christmas Bonnie. Have enjoyed your virtual Christmas Card as I always do all of your thoughts. Wishing for you, Jim and the family a healthy and prosperous 2013! xxoo

Nellie's Cozy place said...

Helloooooooooooo Bon Bon,
I so miss you, but see that you do come by........hope you had a wonderful christmas. Did you go away this year?? How are you my friend??
Hope you have had a restful Christmas season........ours has been great I have to say.........God is just so good to us all the time.......and I know you know that too.

Hope all is well at your house and hope you are blessed with a Joyous New Year.........it is nice to be able to sit a spell and read blogs once again, not quite there yet, but sooooooo much better than I was. Praise the Lord!!! (I have had
tendinitis of the backside, just in case you didn't know) lol

You have a good day tomorrow sweetie,
Love and Blessings, Nellie