Merry Christmas!

Nativity 4

I want to wish everyone a very happy and holy Christmas!

 

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4 thoughts on “Merry Christmas!

  1. A very Merry Christmas to you and yours, Kathy. I hope your joy equaled the sadness of having one less person at the table. I received your card and wish to apologize for not having gotten mine out this year, I was in the hospital and fell way behind in my “holiday doings”. You have been in my heart and prayers, as always. I shall be eternally grateful for having developed our friendship, and wish for you always a life filled with peace and joy.
    With great Love and respect,
    Sallie

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    • Hi Sallie, SO sorry to hear you’ve not been well! I hope you are on the road to recovery and please don’t worry about your Christmas card, I am just glad you received mine. Please know you are also in my thoughts and prayers and I am very glad we have been blessed to renew our long overdue relationship. I hope we will see each other during this new year. Be well. If there is anything you need please let me know. Love, K

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  2. Merry Christmas Miss Duane!
    I have a question. Do you think the equality between men and women in 2014 has improved? What do you think for 2015?

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    • Hello Anastasia. I hope you had a blessed Christmas as well. “Equality” (or the supposed lack there of) between the sexes is a political ploy used by lesbian-led, non-Christian, radical, second feminists to undermine, and disrupt, the natural, and happy, relationships that develop between Christian men and women who are looking to marry and have children. The search for “equality” actually diminishes women’s attributes rather than enhances them. Please read my post,
      Pursuing this ridiculous premise (he does the dishes and babysits, while you go to work) will cause nothing but friction in what should be a loving and supportive relationship based on God’s intended contributions from each gender and if it is pursued to the extreme, your relationship will end in a miserable divorce for both of you, but more importantly, for your innocent children, who need and deserve BOTH parents (as designed by God) in order to thrive. So, for 2015, I pray that more young women will embrace the joyous tenets of their Christian faith and reject the tiresome, pointless and misery-ladened ideology of radical feminism. Good luck and God bless you on your life’s journey.

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