Monday, December 10, 2007

Christmas 2007 Pics

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God bless you and we hope you have a wonderful Christmas and a Blessed New Year.  Please continue to keep us in your prayers.


Christian Homekeeper said...

Wow, he has grown! Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

God Bless!

Mom said...

That's my baby!!! David, not William!

Oceanside Servicemen's Home said...

Love and Prayers ALWAYS for you all that God would enrich you and keep you.
A Merry Christmas to ALL of you from all us!

Keep up the good work... Oorah!

Anonymous said...

Wow, FINALLY some new pics!! He's getting big!

Anonymous said...

Hello Br & Sis Devonshire! As evidenced in your photos, William is healthy and happy, well on his way to becoming a mischievous little boy. Whilst reading about your article on the buko, I began to imagine drinking it and what color it would look like, and making little shavings to put in the drink. You can't quite grab a green coconut around here in Graham. Currently today its cold and clear, blue, real blue! skies and light puffy clouds lazily drifting by. One would never know it rains here. Yesterday it was doing its best to simulate a hurricane with high winds and driving sheets of rain whipping sideways. Then, overnight, it froze and caused several auto accidents. The door on our garage was frozen shut and nearly pulled the handle out breaking it loose from the ice. Today, its just calm and cold and clear.
It was interesting to read about the bugs in the hospital, the residents must have resigned to the fact that there will always be bugs around.
Currently, Pastor Davis is preaching revival here in Graham, started Thursday and we had an off night last night (on Monday) and back in Revival tonight, 7:30pm!
He's been preaching about thankfulness, and faithfulness and a lot of topics get covered in between.
In the neighborhood, Rev. Kekel is building a new home next to Pastor's. Two other new brick front homes are being built along OK hwy, facing the mountain.
The old Thrift neighborhood is really getting with modern times, a large tract along OK is being developed (eventually with this housing market crunch) and right behind the general store, on the corner of 224th and OK Hwy, its been graded and lots of gravel dumped for something being built there also! It will be like a whole new neighborhood when you visit next.
Will you all be coming in April to Missouri? If you do, it will probably be cold for you, right?
All in all, God is blessing, soul winning Saturday was great, the rain held back and we barely got wet at all, even became sunny for a brief spell.
All right, Brother & Sister, I'm going to let up for now. We appreciate you people and pray for you and the works in the Philippines. God Bless & Keep you all!
Br. Tickler

David & Christine Devonshire said...

Awwwww....Thanks Mom.