Sunday, December 24
For God so loved the world....
He gave....

May you delight in the beauty, generosity and expectancy of Christmas throughout this season.

Merry Christmas, friends :).

  Into the pensieve on Sunday, December 24, 2006
  Your thoughts, please (9)


9 Comments:
At December 24, 2006, Blogger Kim from Hiraeth said...

Merry Christmas, Robin! May God grant you peace and joy now and in the year to come!

 
At December 24, 2006, Blogger Pamela said...

hugs

Karmyn
Pam
Amanda

 
At December 25, 2006, Blogger Susan in va said...

Merry Christmas, Robin!

Luke 2:11
For there is born to you this day in the city of David, a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.

 
At December 26, 2006, Anonymous Jenny said...

Merry (day after) Christmas!

 
At December 26, 2006, Anonymous James Cooper said...

Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and have a most happy New Year!

 
At December 26, 2006, Anonymous Vicki said...

Perfect post!

 
At December 26, 2006, Blogger LeftCoastOnlooker said...

thanks for the Christmas blessing.

a grace-filled New Year to you all.

btw how is the vertigo?

 
At December 27, 2006, Blogger Mert said...

I hope you had a happy and Blessed Christmas, Robin of the Foot Picture! :O)

 
At December 27, 2006, Blogger Kila said...

Merry Christmas! Hope it's been a good one for you family :)

 

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A Pensieve is a stone basin.... [One] can extract his or her own memories and place them in the Pensieve, especially to relieve the mind when it becomes too flooded with information. Anyone can examine the memories in the Pensieve, which also allows viewers to fully immerse themselves in the memories stored within...

A Pensieve first appears in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire...

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