I thought this was one of the cutest displays we drove by this Christmas season. (Just in case you can't make out the pictures, Santa is delivering toys via dolphins, LOL, not reindeers).
I guess it is appropriate seeing how we are about 6 miles from the ocean.
Few years ago we ran across a snowman made out of tumbleweeds (I had a picture of it on my other blog, "A Corgi in Southern California." Anyone remember me posting it? I'm too lazy to look for it to post it here.
We celebrate Christmas a bit differently here me thinks :)
Its funny, people have signs in their front yard "Let it Snow" and I have to laugh. The chances of it snowing here are slim to none, but it is the season I guess.
I do remember it snowing one time in December here in 1968. Didn't stick around long, but I remember white flakes and how cold it was.
Koda and me want to take this opportunity to wish you Merry Christmas and the most happiest of new years.
I'm leaving you with my most favorite of Christmas songs.
It is from Darlene Zschech; called Hallelujah. Below are the lyrics.
He is here
The Savior has been born
The one we've waited for
Surrounded by our praises
He is here
The promise of the king
To You our lives we bring
Let your glory be revealed
Joy to the World
Peace to all who love Him
The savior has been born
And all of heaven smiles
Glory to God
Bring an offering to You
Join with all the angels
Beautiful song and so true. Our Savior was born, our hope, our King, our everything.
I'm thankful he was born in a lowly stable all those years ago. Without him, we truly have no hope. Without him I am nothing.
With him I am everything.
Thank you Jesus!