For many reasons I will be leaving Christanblog for awhile and I just wanted to take a moment to let you all know how much you, and this website, has meant to me over the years. These last few years... including the current one... have been full of... read more
I posted this poem a couple of years ago and forgive me for reposting it today. The poem crossed my mind and I felt the urge to dig it up and reread it. What a beautiful promise! HE GOES BEFORE Dark is the sky! And veiled the unknown tomorrow! Dark... read more
Isnrsquo;t the power of a night light a curious thing? The house can be in complete darkness, but if there is a pinhead of light in the room it helps to dispel fear and deliver comfort to any from the age of 292. Somehow a night light is enough to... read more
Today I find myself, yet again, drowning in laundry. This morning it was dirty laundry...this afternoon it is clean laundry. Take dirty clothes downstairs, stuff the washer, add soap, hit the setting buttons, turn on...wait... take out of washer, put... read more
Do your kids like to follow the NORAD Santa tracker? It039;s a fun Christmas countdown...right now there is a running day, minute, second count...on Christmas Eve it will quot;trackquot; Santa so children can know where he is at any moment on his... read more
The word Christmas is Old English, a contraction of Christ039;s Mass. Germany made the first artificial Christmas trees. They were made of goose feathers and dyed green. Electric lights for trees were first used in 1895. quot;Rudolphquot; was... read more
quot;The Night Before Christmasquot; was written by Clement Moore for his children and some guests. The poem was anonymously to a New York newspaper for publication by one of his guests. Oregon is the leading producer of Christmas trees 8.6... read more
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I have published 7 blogs and shared 333 comments.
I published my first blog on Tuesday the 11th of December 2012.
My most recent blog was published on Monday the 30th of December 2013.