Friday, December 26, 2014


Larry and I were in charge of our church Christmas Party this year with the help of the Primary. We planned a Frontier Christmas Party and hung white lights from the ceiling, had a baked potato bar, a year of memories slide show and Christmas singalong with a guitar. Only thing was, the microphones stopped working, but we did the best we could. Santa came and talked about the symbols of Christmas and what they meant. Then he was able to spend time with each child. I will always remember our Santa this year. We asked Larry's brother Scott to be Santa and I listened to his every word as he tenderly talked to each one, always focusing on the one and making them feel special. It was a perfect memory for each child and for me, lucky enough to witness it. Thank you Scott!

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