New Christmas Blog!

Hey, folks, I have a brand new Christmas blog: “Merry Christmas, World!”  I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Christmas!  And personally I celebrate it all year long — playing carols and Christmas movies 12 months a year. Yet there is something very special about celebrating it with everyone else in December as well. This year I have treated myself to a brand new Christmas blog.  I will try to include a multitude of different things on there so that, hopefully, it will become a place where all of you will feel at home.  

Be sure to go over and visit the site at the link below, and while you are there, look over on the right — in the widget column — and you will see a section labeled “Pages On This Site.”  In that list you will find a page titled “Christmas In My World.” That page is there for all of you to be able to share things that make Christmas special in your own world.  You may share a memory, a story, a poem, a joke, photos, recipes, or anything else your heart desires. Feel free to post as often as you like.

(Only Positive Things, Of Course: No comments from Grinches allowed.)

You may post everything you want to say in the “Comment” box, or you can leave a link there to your own site, so that visitors can come to your home and see what you have to share.

I have much more work to do on it, but it’s open for visitors any time. Some new people whom I’ve never met have already found it, so come on over and join us when you get time:

2 thoughts on “New Christmas Blog!

  1. These are beautiful, Sandy!
    When I was at SIU, about 1952, a freshman from Kinmundy, Chuck White, played and sang this original song. I don’t recall him giving any title. It’s a personal view of Christ’s birth, and an expanded view of Divine Love. I have no idea if he ever published or copyrighted it, but I’m sure you could use it as long as you give him credit. The song is in a slow 3/4 time except for the third stanza in which the rythm is a moderately fast 4/4 for only 2 measures.

    Before God made the world,
    There were no stars up in the sky;
    Before He weighed our world,
    He gave His Grace to you and I.

    Before the moon above,
    God gave to us His greatest Love,
    A Love we two can share,
    A Love that’s lovely everywhere.

    When down from the heavens
    Came a chariot wild,
    Bound for the earth
    With the Holiest Child!

    He came to make it known,
    No one on earth need be alone,
    And I Know we’ll never part
    Because He’s loved us from the start.

    1. Max, why don’t you go to that site and click on the page “Christmas In My World,” and share this in a comment box. That’s what that page is for: people can share what means something special to them that ‘s connected with Christmas. Just click on the red link, and it will take you straight to the Christmas site. The “Christmas In My World” page is listed in the right-hand column on the Christmas site.

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