As I was composing the title for this post, the thought came to mind, “Maybe I should write about that.”
However, this post is not about me; it’s about my Christian sister, The Sister Christian (a.k.a. Karen).
I noticed that Karen didn’t include a button to “reblog” her post, so what I’m doing here is simply sharing a link to her original post. I would encourage you to click it and give it a read.
What I found encouraging – as I’m sure you will, too – is that when life doesn’t seem to match up with the stereotypical example, the kind that drives the commercial aspect of Christmas, getting back to the true meaning of Christmas puts everything in their proper perspective.
So, continue to “like” and “share,” and go tell The Sister Christian I said “hello.”
4 responses to “When Life Doesn’t Match Up With the Postcard”
Thank you so much for your kind words, Anthony. I have no idea what button I’m to push to re-blog (I’m still not up to the 21st-century media stuff quite yet.) But I will certainly find out.