Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Merry Christmas A Few Days Early

by Terri Wagner

If I did this right, it should post in the morning for my turn. However, I don't trust computers so I'll try to check later in the day to see if it did. Unfortunately I'm at the annual OBGYN appt. The one I dread, want to put off and generally hate. When will those Star Trek scanners come online? I've heard Japan has them just troublesome in that the finer details are still not visible onscreen. Ok, maybe next year.

Just wanted to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year a bit early. To thank you all again for brightening my day by posting about life, writing and yourself. It's always the first blog I check every morning. I especially want to thank Marsha for getting us all together and my new online group the ANWA East/West.

Sunday for Gospel Doctrine since I ran out of manual lessons, I had everyone read the BOM Christmas story which leaves me breathless when in despair and disbelief about being put to death, Nephi hears the comforting words that the Savior will come to earth that night and not to worry or fear. And the sign Samuel the Lammanite gave comes to pass. In just five years!

I can't wait for the other Christmas stories to be revealed to us. We know Heavenly Father loves all His children and He wouldn't leave them in the dark. I am grateful to have the BOM to treasure.

4 comments:

  1. I will be watching for those Star Trek scanners as well! Hope your appointment went okay.

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  2. Merry Christmas to you too, Terri! and those Start Trek scanners...yep, sounds good to me too! I am grateful for the PET scanners that help my Mom keep track of her cancer...and the lack thereof!!!
    Love the BOM Christmas story.
    Love your posts, too!

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  3. Thanks Terri. I too hope the lovely lack of any privacy appt. went okay. My OBGYN has pictures of the latest heart throb actors on his ceiling. Funny, but who wants them around when you are having this kind of exam. Go, Star Trej Scanner! Sounds like you are a good Gospel Doctrine Teacher. Thanks for you post.

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  4. Loved your description of the impact of the Book of Mormon Christmas story, Terri. And thanks to you for faithfully commenting on the rest of our blogs after you read!

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