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Yep. I said it….MERRY CFHRISTMAS! No, that does not make me less sensitive to the beliefs of those around me. yes I appreciate jewish, african, and ‘other’ and all that those cultures include. But guess what, I believe in something to. I believe in Christmas, Christ, santa claus, the polar express, and my kids enjoying lights, ‘baby jesus’ and everything else that goes with the holiday season.

I don’t feel bad for saying Merry Christmas, and actually I am saying it this year more than ever. So, MERRY CHRISTMAS. Alright, gotta board my plane.


I feel for this guy. Someone has hurt this dude. I almost fell off the treadmill this morning when I heard this guy talk about Christmas, Jesus (the idea he is a dictator), and Christianity. Dan Barker is in my prayers today. Everyone is entitled to their belief, but there is no reason to bash another persons belief to try to get your point across. If you do not have time to watch the entire 3:25, jump to 2:30 and hear about how we are “bowing down to a little baby who becomes a dictator.”

this christmas has been one of our best and yet one of our hardest. with our move looming, it is a reminder things will be different from now on during the holidays.   

every christmas eve we spend with Jackies family. Swedish/American meal, all the family, santa shows up and drops a moving truck worth or presents and then shock and awe takes place as all the kids start to open boxes. it is a fun time

christmas morning got the jump @ 6:15. Isaiah could be heard for miles saying, “Santa Came!” We let the kids open up all their stuff and then we get them playing and Jackie and I share our gifts with each other. This year we got in the car and went to my folks house. My dad has a tradition of making a big breakfast for everyone. as kids i remember him working it out in the kitchen. my brother has continued this tradition, and I think next year I will be at my pops again getting to enjoy his version. We had christmas lunch and presents at my parents house in the afternoon. this was an awesome time. very emotional and very fun to make memories with the people we love the most. this year it was so warm in fl we even got in a little swimming.

jackie and i are so blessed. We have great families that we love and love us, we have each other and 2 wonderful kids! life is good. we are about to embark on a big adventure and we have already felt the amazing stress of this journey, but we know it is Gods plan and will for our lives. Here we go, come with us through this blog, we will share all the fun that we are about to embrace!

Think about how massive a stretch it would be for you to believe your teenage daughter was going to be a mother and that the child she was giving birth to was the savior of the universe. Not only that, but also, that she was still a virgin. Okay, so that is the background. This story is a unique story. Your story is also very unique. The amazing thing about both your story and the story of Mary is the fact that normal people can embrace abnormal situations and produce amazing results. What is your story? How unique is your story? Or maybe the unique thing about your story is how normal it is and how great your situation is right now…either way, what are you doing with what you got?

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