May the blessings of Christmas be with you now and throughout the New Year!
We’ve had a pretty busy year, and indeed our life is pretty busy right now – Keith’s mum is unwell and so he is flying out to New Zealand for a couple of weeks. Carolyn, Aidan, and Megan are in the midst of the usual rush of Christmas parties and preparation. It’s so good to stop and remember what it’s all about – the arrival of hope, a light in the darkness, the renewing and refreshing power that God sent into the world through Jesus.
Hopefully we’ll update this post over December/January 2012/13 with more about our year, so please check back. For now:
Aidan and Megan are now 9 and 7, and continue to amaze and delight us:
Here’s a quick snapshot of the making of our Christmas cards:
We’ve been making a little something in the kitchen, and this shot just struck me from an architectural point of view:
This year, Carolyn has been keeping a daily blog ordinary moments of “three beautiful things”. Keith has a blog Gurunoia too, but he doesn’t update it very often. And Aidan and Megan’s blog Two Adventurers (which you’re on already) should be updated every so often with pictures and creations. We’re also on Twitter at @kw217 and @viokaps.
More soon if we can – in the meantime, we wish you all a very happy Christmas and all the best for 2013.
Keith, Carolyn, Aidan, and Megan xx
Keith and Carolyn:
Great to have your Christmas note and pictures. An amazing card you made. Who figured it all out? Your cards are the best! I remember the ones your kids made when they were very young. Beautiful.
Your kids are growing. I am sure you are growing, too, as the years slip away. I continue to grow and change, and delight in the world around.
Rooted in past discussions we have had, I hope you will have a look at my book, Animals and World Religions. I suspect a library near you has it, or is willing to get it. If you care about your faith, this is an important subject. Both Judaism and Christianity are covered thoroughly where animals are concerned.
You can find my e-mail on my website, and I would love to be in touch with you, even if just a few times a year. Life is busy; it is good to stay in touch.
All the best you.