It was pouring down rain when I picked Sean up at the bus stop. By the time we drove the block home it had almost stopped. I guess it’s like they all say, “If you don’t like the weather, just wait 5 minutes and it will change.”
Two stacked images showing the Jupiter and it’s moon along with the earth’s moon. This is the closest that Jupiter and the Moon will come together until the year 2026.
“A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells, the less you know.” ~Diane Arbus
I’m sorry for being so late with this review. Even though I had the book read weeks before Christmas I have just gotten around to writing the review.
I was slightly disappointed with “Christmas Stories: Heartwarming Classics of Angels, A Manger, and the Birth of Hope” by Max Lucado. Unlike his previous titles I found my mind constantly wandering throughout this one. I just could not stay focused especially when reading the stories of the angels. I’m sorry, so much is unknown about the angels but I somehow doubt that Gabriel would ever question God’s direction or will.
There are some heartwarming stories like, “The Christmas Candle” but not enough stories that I would recommend this book to others.
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