Holiday Blogging Break

Good morning from Cold Citrus County

Well, the cold air arrived last night.  We’re waking up to 25 degrees.  BRRRR!

However, I  know many of you suffering from sub zero temperatures and blizzards would welcome a mere 25.  We hope and pray you all are safe.  And warm.

As you know we’re taking a holiday blogging break.  We’ve reblogged 6 of the top 10 posts of 2022 this week.  We will resume the final four on Monday.

Until then, we wish for each of you a wonderful weekend.  A Merry Christmas.  And worshipful Sunday.

God bless,


Here’s a link to the top posts of 2022.




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3 responses to “Holiday Blogging Break

  1. Patrick Maddeaux

    Merry Christmas to You & Norma Jean, Ken. We are thankful for your blogs & the good it does!!! In Christian love, Patrick & Sharon Maddeaux (from Smithville, ON. Can.)


  2. Wilson & Lucy Greene Birdwell

    A Merry Christmas to you & Norma & your sweet family!


  3. Dianne Waldron

    Thank you, Ken, for all the work you do all year long! My family and I enjoy your blogs so much and enjoy seeing you at West Citrus church from time to time.

    I wish you and Norma Jean a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy 2023!

    Dianne Waldron

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