Friday, December 25, 2009

A Blessed and Merry Christmas to All

Today is a beautiful Day for us with no rain, just cold. We are having a Christmas Supper tonight with all of my children and gc, except for our daughter. But she is in our thoughts and prayers today, just as David is, who lost his beautiful mother 2 days ago.

My wish for all of you is to enjoy the day and Celebrate Christ's birthday. The New Year wishes are for great health, happiness, and a kinder person. With so many people hurting, my New Year's Resolution will be to help those in need and to take better care of myself and to get back to creating. My 400Th post giveaway will be posted after the New Year, so I think everyone will like it. I am putting my Heart into it--hint, hint.

Well,, we have time to bake cookies before we start Supper, so have a wonderful day with your family and friends. Life is too short to think of the hurts, so I am burning that bridge behind me. Many Blessings to all of you. Love, hugs, and Blessings, Pat

3 comments:

Charmingdesigns said...

Merry Christmas

Denise said...

I am glad that you got to spend time with your sister in Christ and that little prayer book sounds like a gift of life for the New Year..I learned spiritual warfare many many years ago and just remember one thing when praying and standing ground for the sake of one or many and that is the word of God is alive and sharper than any two edge sword. You only need to wield the word and the word will NOT come back void. It does what it sets out to do.... Speak the word and the Father will go before you......

Sending New Years blessings to you my friend and I am always here to pray with you about anything you want to share.

The Urban Chic said...

Laurie, thanks for the Wishes. Hope yours was a good one like mine.
Denise, so far the book is a great read and I think it will help me with my goals to keep my spirit alive and well. My siblings have tried to destroy that, but I have cast that devil away in Jesus's name.
Wishing you all a Blessed and Spiritual year.Hugs, Pat