Nicole had signed it and added Christmas 1972 beneath her 1971 signature, and she had added her own Christmas message. “What can I give you, poor as I am? I’ll share Jesus with you, the Savior, the Lamb.” As crazy as it might sound, Abby was pretty thrilled to get the Christmas card back. She dug around in storage until she found the old picture frame and ensconced the card like a photo on her fireplace mantle again. It often brought a smile to her lips, and precious thoughts of her sister to her heart as she would admire it in passing.
The house is hustling and bustling with happiness and excitement. The cousins are in town and Grandma is more than happy to feed the grandchildren homemade hot chocolate to warm us up from the chilly weather. Before my Dad leads us in prayer, we go around the table and each person tells everyone three specific things they are thankful for. To give us more time to think creatively my mom will sometimes cut out paper leaves. Each person writes what they are thankful for on the leaf and she sticks it to a paper tree on the wall.
This symbolizes when Joseph and Mary were look for a place to stay called an inn. They play games also like I do it’s just that they play different games. They play a game called posada party which is a pinata like we do for party’s. Christmas Eve the go to a night church service after that they plow off fireworks! It would be really exciting to live in
I make sure I spend time with my friends and family. Recently, every Christmas I do a gift exchange with my friends. We all go shopping, and then return to someone’s house to exchange presents. We bake cookies and watch Christmas movies too. I visit my grandparents and cousins over Christmas break also.
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The dessert I like the most was the cheese cake. I overheard my fiancé talking about cheese cake around 7 p.m. that night to my mother. So, I waited patiently for them to begin cooking it. After a while the oven bell went off. Then I heard the mixer start up and they began to mix the ingredients.
Catholic retreats, recollections, seminars, and outreach events became a part of our student life, apart from having religion classes three times a week. In short, I grew up actively practicing the Catholic faith, with Jesus as the center and the role model of my life. I grew up believing that God, our Almighty Father, is the most powerful Being behind the creation of the universe—all of his attributes and characteristics are beyond measure. I grew up not doubting the