This is not your typical Christmas photo. But it has a Christmas message. See the sunshine ready to break through? I took this dark photo at noon one day and named it "There is Always Hope."
And that's what Christmas is about: there is always Hope. His name is Jesus, the Light of the World.
And for a bonus: if you're suffering from extreme weather this winter, the theme also applies. Doesn't it? It's 0 degrees in Pancake Flats right now! I hope there is hope for warmth.
My First wife and I are going to Chicago this week (where it's warmer). We'll blog again when we get back.
Please accept our warmest wishes for the happiest of Christmases at your home. God bless, and thanks for visiting Pancake Flats this year.