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Christmas is in the air, first because Christ is everywhere, second because there’s a chill in the air. Here in Texas that chill means a lot. Real winter is something we dream about. We look and we listen when the weather man promises cold. We stand tall with much anticipation when the words, snow, snow flurries and freeze are mentioned.

  Break out the hot chocolate and the decorations at the house or at the office if you can. I’m ready. Not too sure if I’m going to decorate the house but I am going to spruce up my office.

How does your Christmas season feel?


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      Karyn Olson wrote Dec 4, 2009
    • I do feel very Christmasy...but stressed as I am in the middle of a move...I am also having a christmas party in a couple of weeks and I worry if everything will be ready...I am slowly getting my shopping done and as usual I will save some for the last minute as I love the hustle and bustle of last minute shopping...not sure why

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      Mary Clark wrote Dec 6, 2009
    • For me...I’m definitely in the Christmas spirit...but I am finding that so many of my family members and friends are NOT..for various reasons.  It’s sort of weird to me.  It’s like I’m fighting THEM to get the spirit.  

      But after church today....I’m definitely into it even more...but Jesus is the reason for the season....and no one can take that away from me!  

      Also...I’ll add...the 43 degrees we have right the daytime...really does add to the’s fitting.

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