One of the things I like best about Christmas, besides the celebrations and gifts and stars and sparkles and fun, is the people in my life. Family and friend. (Sometimes, that’s the same thing.)
Have you met Omega? This is she.
No, she’s not singing to me. (Looks like she’s singing “Holy, Holy, Holy” doesn’t it?)
Aren’t they gorgeous? I love these girlies!
I don’t love them just because they’re pretty. (They are.) I don’t love them just because I’m related to them. (That, too.) And I don’t love them just because I’m smarter than the average bear. (I am, at least most of the time.)
I love them because they’re nice and sweet (sometimes) and fun to be with. They don’t kick dogs and they’re nice to old ladies.😛 I like that a bunch!
They keep me in stitches nearly all the time. When they’re around, there’s never a dull moment. E-V-E-R!
This Christmas they were the best part of the C-Town Baptist Church’s Christmas play. They performed Dicken’s Christmas Carol with a Christian twist.
The girls’ daddy (aka Omega’s husband) played Scrooge.
This is Hope. She played Scrooge’s girl friend, back in the day. (Was that character’s name Bell? I don’t remember. :( )
Here’s Faith, (some people call her Ralph) who played Scrooge’s girlfriend when they were kids. (Was Bella the name, maybe? I can’t remember.)
While the Nation Clan dominated the action, they did let a few other people act in the play.
This is Christmas Present with Scrooge. She carried a pillow and lammed him with it every now and then. He carried a cane, but never did smack her back. He has to have a lot of self-control, because he’s the local middle school principal.
One of these guys is a local Highway Patrolman or Lake Patrolman as well as a trapper. If you look to the left, you’ll see Christmas Future. (I think he’s the Baptist Preacher’s son. PKs always get the best parts. :) )
That boy never did forget a line. The sad thing is, that kept Omega from doing her job. (She was a very prompt prompter.)
Don’t you love Christmas programs? Don’t you wish you’d been there?