Month: December 2015

Wise Men AND Women Still Seek Him

Day 364 of Photo Inspirations — Wise Men AND Women Still Seek Him It’s a “Silent Night”, here in Washington, as the children are nestled all snug in their beds, while visions of sugar plums (or at least the Cinnabon sticks and popcorn they ate) are dancing in their heads. But before now, it’s been…

By Donna Wuerch December 30, 2015 0

Do You See What I See?

Day 362 of Photo Inspirations — Do You See What I See? Though most of the festivities are over, the joy and peace of Christmas still lingers. I’m still captivated by the flickering lights that are still glowing brightly. I just love the sweet and tender atmosphere of Christmas. But, most of all, what reassurance…

By Donna Wuerch December 28, 2015 0

Greater Things Shall You Do

Day 361 of Photo Inspirations — Greater Things Shall You Do I have to laugh out loud as I watch my two youngest grandsons enjoy their high tech Christmas gifts. The one that has grabbed the most attention is their hover board.  For most of the day, they’re counting the minutes until it’s their turn…

By Donna Wuerch December 27, 2015 0

Frolic and Play — the Northwest Way

Day 361 of Photo Inspirations — Frolic & Play – the Northwest Way This Norman Rockwell painting shows a worn-out Santa on December 26th — and if all that’s left of Christmas for us is much like that Santa — frazzled, exhausted, a bulging credit card balance, and an over-full stomach, then we missed the…

By Donna Wuerch December 26, 2015 0

Merry Christmas Eve!

Day 359 of Photo Inspirations — Merry Christmas Eve!! We’re getting closer to “Silent Night — Holy Night”, but until then…this day is probably filled with lots of activity for us all — last minute shopping, wrapping the final packages, and getting some of our Christmas meal ready to go for tomorrow.  As for us,…

By Donna Wuerch December 24, 2015 0

An Angel on Assignment

Day 358 of Photo Inspirations — An Angel on Assignment We hear a lot about angels at this time of the year — the angel Gabriel’s announcement to old Zechariah announcing that he and his old, barren wife, Elizabeth, were going to have a baby, then Gabriel appears to the virgin Mary and Joseph to…

By Donna Wuerch December 23, 2015 0

Reviving the Lost Art of Caroling

Day 357 of Photo Inspirations — Reviving the Lost Art of Caroling Caroling was a familiar Christmas tradition when I was a kid.  Our youth group would go to nearby neighborhoods or to nursing homes to sing the old traditional Christmas carols.  I’ll never forget the looks on those precious people’s faces who seemed to…

By Donna Wuerch December 22, 2015 0