Christmas brings a storehouse of feelings and it’s easy to get caught up in the festivities of the occasion.  The most important aspect of this writing is to share with you the many blessings we have.  First we are thankful for a living God who has proven faithful in our lives and is unchanging in His love, grace, and forgiveness.

One of the nice things about writing is that it sets aside a brain-free moment for reflection.  For me, being married to one of Martha Stewart’s most devoted disciples means Christmas takes on a multitude of meaning and activity.  When June is not spot-welding something with the glue gun to make a beautiful centerpiece, she’s trying recipes for maple glazed nuts or banana bread.  For June, life has to be an adventure with a man who continues to love her more with each passing day.  We have come to the realization that aging is a blessing and everything is done with love. We are grateful for the continued health and well-being of our family.

It is with deep love we wish for you at this special time God’s blessings, your boundaries of influence would increase, and His hand would be upon you in all that you do.  MERRY CHRISTMAS! 





Retired in 2008 after 40+ years in education/psychology as researcher, teacher, administrator and college professor.
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1 Response to Christmas

  1. Holly pointer says:

    Thank you for your Christmas message! You are a precious man! Much love to Miss June!!
    xoxo Holly

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