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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Two Souls Still One This Christmas!


I learned a lot from Marriage Monday blog and today am joining in the challenge!

TWO SOULS STILL ONE THIS CHRISTMAS!

1. His favorite Christmas cookies, a bunch of grapes and his favorite 'hot chocolatey' on Christmas morn...breakfast in bed!
2. Hot red bubble bath for two with little Christmas decors floating.
3. A brisk country walk to our favorite high spot on our campus hill.
4. A quick drive to our personal spot in the woods...with of course kisses trailing the way.
5. Knocking on friends doors and greeting them..."Happy Merry Christmas"!
6. Lunch with the gentle oldies in the Geriatric Clinic nearby. I've cooked up a storm the other day already!
7. Needy Children's Party by three p.m. and distribution of gifts we prepared six months before.
8. Our Christmas tree planting in our backyard..."Season Three"!
9. Writing down blessing this year and placing it in a special container sealed with a prayer.
10. Cuddling together...'til we fall asleep...dreaming of the blessings we enjoyed this year.

8 comments:

  1. What a sweet picture of the two of you!! You do a lot of wonderful good things for people at the holiday season, that's the true Christmas spirit! But are you REALLY going to that hair loss clnic? You should go to a doctor first, you could have a thyroid problem or something.

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  2. Precious list...and yes the challenges in marriage can either bring us together or put a divide between us...with kids are not, marriage is work...blessings on your Christmas...visiting from Marriage Monday and thanks for stopping by my blog post

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  3. Two souls still one. Great title for a sweet post. I'm new to the Monday marriage also. It's great to be encouraged by each other.

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  4. Oh! So nice...

    May I join you? (Just kidding! Three's a crowd, right?)

    You'll have to do a little explaining... what's a hot red bubble bath? Sounds SO romantic!

    How special that you have established a Christmas tree planting tradition in your back yard.

    Thanks for sharing, and thanks for joining us for Marriage Monday, my laughter-loving friend!

    Blessings, e-Mom ღ

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  5. How very sweet. It is not always necessary to do "big" things...sometimes it is just the little moments along the way.

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  6. Hi Gemini! I love your blessings container idea! I might have to steal it. :) and the red hot bubble bath sounds fabulous! What a blessed marriage you have! Merry Christmas and thanks for stopping by my place too! :)

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  7. Planting trees, what a wonderful way to celebrate!
    Thanks for stopping by. :)

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