Yearlong Greetings

12 Dec

December seems to always fill our mailbox with lovely greetings from family and friends. Christmas cards, letters and invitations bring greetings of joy, love and good tidings. For someone who loves getting cards and letters, it makes the jaunt to the mailbox pretty exciting.

Yearlong Greetings IMy mom has a basket she always fills with cards and letters from the year, then she covers the fridge with photos of family and friends. I started the same tradition in my household. The basket holds all the cards and greetings and this frame holds all the photos.

Yearlong Greetings IVSince the string of new greetings is filing in, it was time to clean out the basket. It made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside as I re-read this past year’s Christmas greetings, anniversary and birthday wishes, wedding and baby announcements and thank you notes. Our loved ones are really a gift and fill our lives with an abundance of joy and love.

Yearlong Greetings IISo, as 2014 approaches and the new year speeds along, I’ll look forward to my little basket filling with reminders of how blessed we are to have such loving, caring people in our lives.

Yearlong Greetings IIIEnjoy your holiday preparations and keep Christ as the focus!

God Bless You & American Agriculture,

Liz

Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. – Ephesians 4:2

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