A wonderful time of the year. I know it’s been said before, but, I will always, call it from the mountain tops. I will let everyone know, that this is our time to rejoice, and put our differences aside.
One winter’s night, it was so cold, that all the smoke from the chimneys, went straight up into space. The kind of evening when man, nor beast would be outside.
Giving is the best feeling of all. Christmas brings out the best in all of us, and the bad in others. There are many charities to give to, so if not money, gives toys, a visit to the lonely senior down the street, and help others. God Bless.
Christmas, (to me) is a wonderful time of the year. People carry smiles on their faces, that aren’t usually there all year round. The feeling of giving, or helping a friend in need is a great way to celebrate.
Millie, and Jasper, really had fun playing in the mud. Mud pies, are always fun. Smearing mud in each others hair, and on each others clothing was the best part of the mud pie fight. Their mom’s where looking for them, once it became dark.
Jasper had gained the famous name of Picasso. His dad had found, talent in his creative designs, he had used to paint Millie. Buster, was still carrys the stains of his paint job. The children’s hair, has returned to their natural color. Doris, and Jasmine have, regained their emotions, and think of themselves as good parents.
Yesterday, I wrote Trouble X 2, the third part. I am introducing my domain, and I am having a great deal of problems with posting my blog through the site. I apologize for all the problems created. I will be writing on here till everything get solved. Till then, I hope you enjoy.
Jasper, and Millie had been up to their usual antics. Getting into trouble was one their traits. Together, they made the world a funnier place. If not for, what they did, or the way they told the story of how something happened.
Jasper Adams, was a boy with a talent, for getting into trouble. Jasper has always been able to turn, a boring day into an adventure. Millie Roberts, is Jasper’s best friends, and partner in crime.
Dillon was home with his mom. Mom, and Aunty Bonnie had planned, a dinner, which was a delightful surprise. The most embracing part of the dinner was Aunty Bonnie’s speech.