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.
Dillon Murket, was a man of determination. He danced, to the rhythm of his own drum. He never followed the crowd, and made a path of his own through life.
A sweet little girl, named Jolene had been found in the attic. Her parents had gone to heaven. While, on a walk with Jolene, she pointed out the place where her parents had crashed. Margo made her way down the hill and found Jolene’s parents.
Bruce had seen the house Bob and Annie, had built. Their home was built not only for them selves, but for their guests that came to hunt and fish all year round. Bruce loved the home, the food, and the two clients that where perfect hosts.
Bruce Blackwell, is the type of person who has his own way of doing things. He’s a man of his word. We will follow Bruce, on his journey in life.
Molly spent most of her day getting ready for their family outing. Molly had met her once homeless friend Foster, and had to display her ability to cope with Donna’s endless gift for gab. Their boys got the scoop on the trip, and the contest.
Paulette fell fast asleep, after speaking with her father. The letter, and the cashiers cheque from her family had made her evening quite an emotional one.
What’s that I see? Flying high against the clear blue sky, hitching a ride on an updraft created by a mountain.
After all those S’mors with chocolate and marshmallow, roasted and toasted over an open campfire. The Taylor family turned in for a restful nights sleep.
When we left our ladies, Pennie had suffered a blow that left her angry hurt and lost. Tina had spent a night with her daughter and Dorthy to make sure Pennie was alright. Dorthy had been left feeling hurt because of her husband’s phone call.