Happy Holidays

happy-holidays-penguin.jpgWhen some people say “Happy Holidays” they are offering a generic greeting, which is prompted by a desire to be politically correct. For others it is simply a desire to spread good cheer during the Christmas season. In my estimation, the father-daughter-duo of Bobby and Kendall are out to lift our spirits and put a smile on our faces. See if you don’t agree by clicking HERE.

Happy Holidays!

-bill

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a sojourner in life, trying to follow in the steps of Jesus.
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6 Responses to Happy Holidays

  1. cwinwc says:

    You have to love “Leroy, the Redneck Reindeer” if you’re a southerner. I make it a point to say “Merry Christmas” every chance I get. I guess that makes me a “traditionalist” when it comes to Christmas.

  2. Kathy says:

    Cwinwc – we’re sort of from the same school of thought. My usual greeting is and I pray it for all of you Oasis partipants, beginning with you, Bill – dear brother in Him!!

    “Have a blessed Christmas Season!”

  3. Bill says:

    Thanks for the gentle nudge, Kathy. If you were closer, a swift kick in the behind might be in order. Lord wiling, I’ll get to it later this evening. Merry Christmas! -bill

  4. Kathy says:

    Hey! No nudge intended – so I’m wondering who would be the recipient of the swift kick? Hummmmmmm??? LOL

  5. John M. Kenney says:

    Good advice, Bill. Thanks!

  6. donaldsizemore says:

    hi brother bill
    i love all the thing thst you do

    also thank you for comeing in to are live

    and teching me so much

    donald

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