Raw cold, clearing skies, Occasional snowflakes fall. New year mountains glow. ©Elaine Wood-Lane 12/31/15
Luke 2:1-14 The Birth of Jesus At that time the Roman emperor, Augustus, decreed that a census should be taken throughout the Roman Empire. (This was the first census taken when Quirinius was governor of Syria.) All returned to their own ancestral towns to register for this census. And because Joseph was a descendant of … Continue reading Merry Christmas!
We had two of the cutest little kiddos with their grandmama bring by a Christmas goodie plate and card. They were absolutely adorable! The older child was about 4 and a beautiful little girl. The younger tyke was about about 2 and a boy. They were both wearing Santa Claus hats. The little boy was … Continue reading Little Ones at Christmas
When I started working on the main campus at Texas Tech, my boss' wife, Willie Haragan, would give all of us in the office an amaryllis bulb to grow for Christmas. I had never seen one before and quickly fell in love with the tradition. The boys and I especially enjoyed watching the magic of … Continue reading The Tradition of the Christmas Amaryllis
Memorial day...again. They seem to come so fast now. In the past, they seemed very far apart, but one thing I've learned through growing older is that a year, as a percentage of the whole of one's life, gets shorter and shorter as time goes by. There have actually been scientific studies on this very … Continue reading Memorial Day 2014