Faith & Encouragement | Family Business | Holidays

How do you spell Hanukkah?

December 21, 2008

We use latkes, brisket and Shiraz.   Which can get a bit messy.

So then we eat brownie sundaes. Wheat free, of course!

We light one little teeny candle.

And give a present or two.

To remember that it isn’t our effort that produces the Light that banishes darkness but His.

Happy Hanukkah!

  • momma dragon

    awww….such a nice picture,
    and I love the snow on the whole page.
    blessings……..

  • Don’t I have wonderful men in my life? Little and big. I’m just so glad we finally got a picture taken! You’ll get yours in the mail soon!

  • That’s the first pic I’ve seen of your whole clan. There’s nothing better than a happy family this time of year.

  • Big Cat

    And Merry Christmas!

  • Kris

    We LOOOOVVVEEEE your family…what a great pic. Can’t wait to get ours in the mail so it can hang in it’s plae of honor…many blessings to you and yours…

  • Beautiful Photo!

    Happy, however you spell it!

    G Bless!

  • Anonymous

    LOVE your picture! Do we get one? 😉

    Happy birthdays to your sons <3

  • Hmmm… You only get the pic if I know who you are! Anonymous!

  • Is that you Jewel?

  • Great photo! Happy Hanukkah!

  • Oh yeah, LOVE the snowy thingie! Have a wonderful holiday, my dear.

  • Joelle

    Happy Hanukkah! And it is so nice to see that wonderful pic of your family. 🙂

Faith & Encouragement | Family Business | Holidays

How do you spell Hanukkah?

We use latkes, brisket and Shiraz.   Which can get a bit messy.

So then we eat brownie sundaes. Wheat free, of course!

We light one little teeny candle.

And give a present or two.

To remember that it isn’t our effort that produces the Light that banishes darkness but His.

Happy Hanukkah!