We parked. The whole family piled out of the van, donned coats and hats, and began to wade through a sea of vehicles. Strains of Jewish music floated over the fence from across the road. Who knew that the local “Bethlehem Village,” hosted by several area churches, drew such a crowd?
With two littles in the double stroller, we moved quickly before they could start deciding they didn’t like being in the stroller after all. A parking attendant called out, “There’s a place to cross the road about half way down.” Continue reading “On the way into Bethlehem”
November has slipped away already. I can’t let it go quite yet though, without first sharing these pictures. There were just too many good ones to share them all on the clutter post two weeks ago. So we are starting a new category here on Treasuring Home– Photo posts!
I know you are quickly getting into All Things Christmas Mode (we are too!), but let’s just take a moment to savor this last little glimpse of Fall. Continue reading “Photo Post: Leaves & Hot Chocolate”
She stood there smiling at me, in the basement of the church where we both were visiting. It was a genuine smile, a relaxed smile, not a forced “I have to smile at you because I’m the evangelist’s wife” smile. She had three or four small children in tow, and they were climbing on everything in sight, as were mine. Continue reading “If Mama Ain’t Thankful”