Stepping Out of the Author Box

It’s not often you’ll find me writing a post like this. In the same way I don’t like people shoving their beliefs down my throat- be politics, religion, whether the toilet paper goes over or under, or whatever – I make it my policy to return the favor. That’s why I’m giving fair warning here…

If you’ve ever read Enza or A Fine Mess, you know where I stand when it comes to ‘religion.’ So, because it’s what I believe, and because Christmas is right around the corner, I’m going to share one of the most beautiful videos I’ve ever watched.

If you find religion offensive, or you believe something else, please skip today’s post. If, on the other hand, you’re okay with this subject, you might want to grab a few tissues. You might just need them. I know I do – every time I watch it. Fair warning too, I will delete/not approve any hateful comments.

In other ‘news,’ like everything else in my life, changes come hard. And with the holiday craziness – shopping, cooking, baking, etc… – I’m still working at getting back on the THM (Trim Healthy Mama) eating plan. Hopefully, in a couple of days, I’ll have a picture of the first loaf of bread I can eat with any meal – and still be on the diet. Even more hopefully, it will actually taste good. 🙂

Photo credit: Pixabay

Like Be the first one who likes this post!
This entry was posted in Christianity, Christmas and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to Stepping Out of the Author Box

  1. Wow! That is the best Christmas video I’ve ever seen. Well done to the people who made it!

    • Kristy K. James says:

      Well… Time for another apology. I used to get red/orange notifications in the upper right corner when I had comments – but that stopped happening a couple of years ago. Then, there would be numbers by ‘comments’ in the dashboard every time I checked, but that’s been hit and miss for at least a year. If I don’t remember to check it all the time, I never known when someone comments. Time to contact someone who knows what the heck to do to fix it.

      But…

      Yes. Wow! I agree. That video is amazing. The woman who played Monica in Touched by an Angel, along with her husband, made it.

Leave a Reply