Wednesday, December 4, 2013

U is for Under

What is UNDER your tree? 

In my  sunroom we have put up an extra tree.  UNDER our tree I decided to display our ceramic nativity set. 
We have had this set for a number of years.
I do love the detail in the pieces.
Also I noticed another item this weekend on our trip for Thanksgiving which was UNDER.
I caught a glimpse of the Holy Bible. It was sitting UNDER the top of the end table.
It did my heart good to see this reminder that the United States is indeed a Christian nation, regardless of who wants to dispel this fact.  This time of year sure makes me appreciate that I have the freedom to display all of my Christmas decorations on my front lawn and say "Merry Christmas" to one and all.
Linking with ABC WEDNESDAY


Leslie: said...

Your nativity is very similar to mine. I remember I bought it the Xmas my 1st daughter was 2 years old and I was so afraid my husband would be mad that I spent $26.00 for it! Imagine the cost today!

abcw team

Carver said...

Lovely nativity scene.

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

Amen! Your nativity scene is gorgeous, and it certainly is a blessing to be in a country where we can express our Christian views without the fear of being persecuted. Blessings!

Roger Owen Green said...

Nice detail on the nativity scene.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Hazel Ceej said...

Nativity scenes make me feel good. I have never had a tree in many years (what a lifestyle over the years), but I'll be home for Christmas and I'm getting excited about all this.


Cheryl said...

My car is under my tree--- it is still up in the rafters lol

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Thank goodness for the Gideon's!

I love your nativity, Ann. I put ours in the dining room.



Curtains in My Tree said...

Oh yes we all like our little and large nativity scenes
I was in a thrift store on my lunch break and took one to the counter to purchase and left without it.
I did purchase a lot of other items and man waiting on me forgot it also.
I hope it will still be here tomorrow when i go back for it

SwedishCorner ~ DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Lovely nativity scene, Ann. When I was little I had a paper one which belonged to my dad - one that folds out. Might ask my mum where it ended up. She might still have it... :) Christmas greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

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