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  • Jeremiah 42:6
    "Whether it is pleasant or unpleasant, we will listen to the voice of the Lord our God to whom we are sending you, in order that it may go well with us, when we listen to the voice of the Lord our God."

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Monday, December 15, 2014




That's a pair of small connected drums for playing with the hands. Just sayin'. lol


I enjoyed the photos of the nativity, Sarah. Live ones do give us more to reflect on about Christ's birth. There's a really good one in Knoxville at the Civic Auditorium every year that we have seen. It's a one hour program and seems wonderfully real. It's free, too. Here's a link if any of your readers will be in the area in the next week or so:
I only got one word off the list today, and I thought about pouting but decided to be a stinker instead, lol. ;)


If this continues, I'm not going to win this year. Oh, wait, that's probably part of the plan to sabotage me!

I have a question for the judges: I have "cranberries" on my word list. Will you accept that for "red," which is on the list today? Cranberry is in the red family, and has a reddish hue. Let me know ASAP so I can cross that off my would help me out a lot.

Tammy C

I have never been in a live Nativity but have seen a few.Our church did one in Alabama.Also went to one in North Carolina and Florida.

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