Perhaps it wasn’t just a coincidence that Jesus was born in a manger. It’s not like He didn’t know the Inn would be full. But, why a manger? Perhaps… it’s because a manger isn’t intimidating. It’s humble. So, so very humble. A manger, unlike a King’s palace or a King’s throne, is accessible to anyone.… Continue reading 12.14.22 Why a Manger?
On dem first day of Christmas, my true love she gave to me:A crawfish in a fig tree. Tee Jules (Jules d'Hemecourt IV) recites his "Cajun 12 days of Christmas". Mr d'Hemecourt passed away on 02.12.2008. In His memory, I post this for people near and far to hear. His Cajun accent may be hard… Continue reading 12.09.22 The Cajun Twelve Days of Christmas, by Tee Jules
All of the Christmas decorations and the trees are now put away. I've accumulated more decorations this Christmas season than would fit in my big red Christmas container so another one was purchased and it is full! I plan to create more ornaments during the year for next year's tree. Chip took the big outdoor… Continue reading 01.04.21 Christmas decorations, Chris Taylor, House decorations, Car repairs, Buddy chasing cars
I cannot find my bowl of oatmeal which was my breakfast on Thursday. I ate half of it and lost the rest. I checked everywhere two or three times including many places it should not be hiding like the pantry or laundry room. If it got packed in a box of Christmas ornaments well that… Continue reading 01.01.21 I cannot find my bowl of oatmeal
Things have been kinda the same yet very different this year without my honey Roy at our family's Christmas gathering. My Christmas blog post has always been my favorite to write each year. This year many tears flowed while writing this post, and lots of missing Roy has made this a very different kind of… Continue reading 12.26.20 A different kind of Christmas without Roy
The miracle we celebrate at Christmas is worthy of celebration every single day we have breath. Christmas is here again! It seems to arrive more quickly each passing year. Do you have a calendar full of plans? A living room full of gifts? A kitchen full of sweets? You are blessed if you do. But...… Continue reading 12.21.20 The miracle we celebrate at Christmas is worthy of celebration every single day we have breath.
On dem first day of Christmas, my true love she gave to me: A crawfish in a fig tree. Tee Jules (Jules d'Hemecourt IV) recites his "Cajun 12 days of Christmas." Mr d'Hemecourt passed away on 02/12/2008. In his memory I post this for people near and far to hear. His Cajun accent may be… Continue reading 12.19.20 The Cajun Twelve Days of Christmas, by Tee Jules
Roy's Dodge Dakota truck was his vehicle even before we lived in the motorhome. Mine was the Jeep that we gave to Chip. When we started out to live on the road we called our motorhome Dora and his truck was called Boots. Oh, the adventures Boots had with us. He went all over the… Continue reading 12.18.20 Meet Nelly, my new to me Nissan Maxima
I have been spending some time going through Roy's computer files, all 100,000 of them! I really don't know what I will do with all of them. That's a project for a whole week maybe next year. By: Roy Chauvin, I don’t normally post my personal experiences or feelings on Facebook but today is an… Continue reading 12.16.20 Roy’s Facebook post when we left in 2013
My little buddy, who we kinda think is taking to the new name Buddy, is such a good dog. He's very curious about this new home and follows me everywhere. I'm allowing him to roam through the property more each day and I think he likes it here! He's really wonderful and such a comfort… Continue reading 12.12.20 Buddy, Grief, Brain, Christmas Tree, and more