Merry Christmas, blogland.
I want to hang out more in 2015.
Here's a little note from my family to yours.
"Oh, you mean coffee that's already made, not grounds?" She asked.
"Yeah, like hot coffee." I replied. The Starbucks coupon I had was burning a hole in my pocket.
"I had a cup already this morning, I think I'm good."
"Even if it's a fancy one like a cappuccino or latte?" I was trying to convince her.
"Well, I've never had one of those, so that does sound good!" She sounded very excited.
|The "Before" Picture - 60" round, medium oak pedastal table. 3 adorable kids.|
There's nothing inherently evil about candy, costumes, or trick-or-treating in the neighborhood. In fact, all of that can provide a unique gospel opportunity with neighbors. Even handing out candy to neighborhood children--provided you're not stingy--can improve your reputation among the kids. As long as the costumes are innocent and the behavior does not dishonor Christ, trick-or-treating can be used to further gospel interests.In fact, I LOVE that last year trick-or-treat night gave me the opportunity to not just meet one or two of my neighbors, but my entire street and block. Now, mind you, last year I was awkwardly intentional about introducing myself to each neighbor and shaking their hand. But it's helped in the last 12 months to put faces to homes when we take walks or do other things out and about in the borough.
|Source: Blue Jay Barrens|
|Sleeping habits die hard - at least we have conquered the pacifier and the night time diaper...|
|Levi's 4th birthday party.|