Category Archives: Christmas
I finally finished the large Hula Hoop Creation and we hung it on the back of the pump house. Adds a nice touch with the lights on it.
We weren’t in the mood to go out and get a Christmas tree but I still wanted to decorate something. I snipped the tips off the spruce my best friend brought us one year when she flew here from Saskatchewan. … Continue reading
Mother/Father/Child. Together. Guests invited by angels, and a star. Shepherds, wise men. How simple it was, how thrilling. How lonely. Christmas, family, unexpected sense of loneliness – We too wait for angels and for Peace. ©2013 Sharron R. McMillan
Though I often wish for family traditions to fall back on I’m glad we haven’t many. Tradition bends one to doing, being and performing without the need for thought or questions. It’s time we questioned what we do and why … Continue reading
(as told by a shepherd) This is about Joy. You might wonder what a flock of shepherds and a few sheep would know about joy – Well, let me tell you. The God who created this whole universe chose to … Continue reading
Just a story, just a girl just a baby, just a star just a barn, just a shepherd just a carpenter, just a boy just a dreamer, just a tomb just a stone, just a promise just a warning just … Continue reading