“May the Star of Bethlehem, which shone down from above, keep shining in your heart and in the hearts of those you love.”
Helen Steiner Rice
Mary has her baby.
Born of God and Mary, he is Emmanuel, “God with us.” Immediately, God begins to reveal the Son who is destined to become king, a ruler to shepherd God’s people.
First the Shepherds, tending to their sheep, come and watch over him. Then, overjoyed, the wise men find him in Bethlehem and kneel before the baby.
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Drum roll, please!
Saint of the Year
to watch over, guard and guide (me)
hugs n’ blessings for all the wonderful ways I shall learn from this holy one, while I am entrusted under his care!
*To chose your own Saint of the Year please click on the link Jen Fulwiler’s Saint’s Name Generator!
Recently, I was asked to deliver a presentation for the Women in our Parish regarding adult female friendship and the importance of female friendship in a woman’s life.
But before I go any further in this post I must explain a few things about myself.
In no particular order: I’m a wife, a mother, an Oma, and a lover of God. I’m a blogger, a crocheter, and I am an encourager – a real people cheerleader. (GO PEOPLE!)
And I’m also a reader, who especially enjoys reading to the littles out-loud!
Continue reading “It’s a Women’s Thing!” →