Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Monday, September 29, 2008
Now, the picture just doesn't capture the true beauty...there is one king that is grey...literally all over his face...(looks like he had some of that Indian water that they don't bottle!) There is an older couple. And the sheep are this lovely shade of lavender! It is so precious. I just love it. Can you believe that sweet husband of mine searching Bangalore, India to find this for me!! And then his driver, Raj, taking measurements of his computer bag, getting a box, taking the pieces, and individually wrapping them in newspaper and string so that they would survive the long trip home!!Now, being the Christmas freak that I am, as you can see, I had to display it already...and I welcomed it to our home by playing...mind you, as loud as those 6 foot tall speakers would play... Mannheim Steamroller "Hallelujah!", the first song I put on for my months of Christmas music. Now, Saturday, at a fantastic yard sale, I got another one...
and welcomed it in the same way, though some of my sons, who had enjoyed the fajitas I had made for them to eat earlier, were filled with complaints about Christmas music and commercialism...bah humbug! This aint no commercialism...I just love Christmas!!!
Saturday, September 27, 2008
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
This tag was fun...I tag anyone else that would like to do this...
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Here he is eating a frankfurter in the Frankfurt, Germany Airport (a very expensive one!!)
Riding in the motorized ricshaw. Most people travel by motorcycle...in fact, these small motorcycles hold an entire family (Dad, Mom, and one or two children - and they are not big motorcycles!)
His favorite part of the trip was attending church on the two Sundays at the Bangalore Second Branch. The people were so thankful for the Gospel in their lives. It really makes you think when they are so thankful, yet their "homes" often leak and they don't have enough to eat. We are so very blessed, and do not even realize it!