Perfect ending to a perfect day, we headed out with Tyler and two of our Daughters to see Christmas lights, hot cider and Dunkin Donuts now home to watch "White Christmas"
Rambo Man was able to get home for the holiday's last night Yeepee!! He, Kara and I ran errands and dropped off our Christmas Jars to the soup kitchen. The director was so excited, she knew just what families could use a little help!!!!!!! We figure the jars held between $200.00 to $300.00 each, that should be able to help buy a few gifts for the children and still load the grocery cart with needed food. While we were there one of the local Christmas tree stands gave her all of their leftover Christmas trees to give to families tonight at supper.
Tomorrow I need to hit the grocery for milk and eggs. We will donate 3 bags of groceries to the food pantry while there, one for each for the blessing of our three grandchildren. This is super cool, our grocery has pre packaged paper sacks you can just throw in your cart, then they deliver them to the pantry for you, can't get any easier than that.
Posts will be few and far between until after Christmas. Hope everyone has a safe and blessed Christmas. Say an extra prayer for our soldiers who are fighting for our right to live in such a wonderful country and for the families who are struggling to keep food on the table and a roof over their families heads.