Because we can’t go on any trips this year, I will be putting some websites here in our column for those who have a computer. I’m trying to get you in a Christmas mood. These are on YouTube.com “8 Great Things about Christmas at Dollywood” and “Christmas at Dollywood 2020 walkthrough”
Today is National Christmas Card Day. Have you filled out and mailed all of your cards yet? You better hurry! The first American to print and sell Christmas cards was Louis Prang of Roxbury, Massachusetts, who began publishing cards in 1875. President Dwight D. Eisenhower is given credit for sending the first “official” Christmas card from the White House. An art print also became the standard Christmas gift for the president’s staff, a practice continued to this day.
Here is our Christmas card to each and every one of you:
It takes just one candle to spread a ray of light, to split the darkness with its flame and quell the black of night. It takes just one whisper to speak to God in prayer, to draw near to His presence and find peace and comfort there. It takes just one Savior to save the world in need, A Holy God wrapped in flesh to heal, to guide, to lead… It takes just one candle to spark the memory of the night the Light of heaven came to change our lives with love.
WARMEST CHRISTMAS BLESSINGS TO YOU AND THOSE YOU LOVE!
From the staff at the Tucker County Senior Centers