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Balancing Bethlehem

Christmas can be hard to deal with. It’s an emotional and psychological mixed bag, and that can get confusing. Familiar songs of joy and gladness and feelings of excited anticipation are the expected standard for most of us, but for … Continue reading

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Nobody Wants to See Christmas Lights in the Daytime

I had never seen lights ‘dance’ before. It was fascinating to sit with the kids as Christmas melodies filled the air and the incredible array of lights spread all over the house, the yard, the trees, and as the specially … Continue reading

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Balancing Bethlehem

Ahh… Christmas, edition #2014. I love this time of year, and we’re into it full swing.  Familiar sights, sounds, feelings, and festivals of Christmas are flooding our minds, overwhelming our calendars, and draining our bank accounts once again.  Along with it … Continue reading

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