Blog Tour Post #13 // New Look

Surprise! New blog look today. 😉 I wanted something simple and winterish, and thought this fit both categories. I’ve also added some polls over there <, so y'all can vote on them and let me know what you'd like to see more of this next year. Thanks!
Can you imagine that we’re already in the third and last week of the Blog Tour? Crazy, right? I’ve had so much fun doing it with y’all. Thanks for taking part in it! Rosie, from over at Writings of Rosie, is hosting my Blog Tour stop for today in which we feature an interview with CJ. And let me tell you, CJ is a character! (Pun intended. 🙂 Find the post HERE
This morning. You can’t tell it, but it’s snowing. We’ve got quite a bit more now. 

Christmas is only nine days away. And since I’m a list-making-thanks-giving kind of girl, I thought I’d tell y’all nine things I’m thankful for about Christmas. (Random order, of course.)

1. That we have a reason to celebrate – If Jesus hadn’t come to earth, there would be no Christmas 
2. Family time. I love getting to hang out with my parents, siblings, cousins, aunts, uncles, etc…
3. Giving and receiving gifts that remind us of the ultimate gift: Jesus
4. Memories. That’s one of my favorite things about Christmas, remembering past years 
5. Having a lot of the country celebrating at the same time; the cheeriness that is spread around
6. Christmas music. Currently I’m listening to a song about how the Angels sang when Jesus was born
7. Of course the Christmas account. I could listen to it over and over again (oh wait, I do!)
8. The food. Yes, I really just said that. It’s true though, we have special foods around Christmas-time
9. The excitement, joy and fun leading up to the special day

What are some of your favorite things about Christmas? 

*Please Note: I do not necessarily endorse everything on the blogs hosting me during the tour*

6 thoughts on “Blog Tour Post #13 // New Look

  1. David Mabe says:

    My favorite thing about Christmas is definitely how it serves to remind us that God has a perfect plan and perfect timing. He made a promise of the coming Messiah to Adam and Eve in the Garden and it was fulfilled in His perfect time. Praise God for His fulfilled promises.

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