Interracial Marriage. Biracial Children...and all the joy that comes with living in the south.
Awesome pictures!Have a Merry Christmas,Elizabeth
Merry Christmas and may 2012 be a terrific year for you and your family.
Tangela,I am a new subscriber to your blog. I know you're busy but I would like to converse with you if possible via email if possible. We have a tremendous amount in common starting with us both being Bama girls (although "War Eagle" haha)I thank you for your dedication and light that you convey and profess here. They are very uplifting as I am going through the similar situation as yourself of having young children here at a very sparse Christmas, and this is not the first one of this kind exactly but it is the most hard hitting one. The Christmas here in NC, is pretty much the same as the first Christmas.....no presents under a tree, chaos and oppression (at least slightly), tension, frustration and weariness from prolonged intense life struggles, doing best to remain faithful in seeing the eternal significance in everything and a hope for the future that at this position now, seems bleak. I know that it is not though. It will be full and abundant, and reading your blog along way will aid :)Here is a link to a sermon at my church that I couldn't get enough of. I am betting it will be uplifting to you too....http://www.elevationchurch.org/sermons/iwontsurvive/part2Merry Christmas, Tangela...and thank you again.Aude Iliquid Dignum
I hope your boys received a special package this year. Merry Christmas.