We walk through the sands of time
Our souls entwined like our hands
Each step is further into the unknown
Every breath a note of a mysterious melody
The skies hold the silence of ages past
Waters deep are the keepers of secrets
Stones and sediment archive histories
Our heart’s hold blank our future’s tale
Let us walk the cosmos of starlight
We shall sail the sounds of eternity
Swim the paths of Earth’s stories
Our love unfolds in these travels
This universe is a chapter in God’s Tale
Together we walk its pages and lines
Through these pages into the next
Until to the eternal chapter we come
From now to the untold future
Together we shall traverse time
Asunder we shall not be split
Until from the coil mortal we slip
My hand in yours we walk through life
Our lives betwixt together like soil and root
God shall bind our love’s breath
We shall breath each others forever
*Merry Christmas 2007
I had a good Christmas 🙂 It started off a little funny since Justin and I both forgot to bring the Congealed Salad and the peanut butter cookies I made with us. lol… Have I mentioned that I have been quite forgetful lately? Justin and his dad drove back to our apartment (15min) together and returned just as it began to snow. This has been my first white Christmas in years! You just don’t see snow like that in Georgia due to it being so warm. It was a nice little surprise. Who all was at Christmas this year with us? Phil, Becky, Megan, Grandma Quimby, Dave Quimby, Aunt Keri, Cousin Tyler, and Keri’s friend Karen…that would be 11 counting Justin and Me n’ the baby ( even though it’s still on the inside) 🙂
Christmas lunch/dinner or whatever you want to call it was yummy. Becky made quiches, biscuits, veggies, and salad…. Keri brought a really yummy homemade cheesecake and Grandma brought some yummy pizza cookie… and my congealed salad was a hit ^^ ( I used wild strawberry jello this time).
I liked all my gifts and had a good time… I may re gift the earrings I received since I don’t have my ears pierced and don’t ever intend on it. I really liked the candy dish, and the candle center piece from Grandma Quimby… since those will be family heirlooms that I will pass down to my kids. I took pictures of most of things I received and you can view them here. Also you can read Justin’s Christmas blog entry here.
I’ve plans to burn all the pictures and video files on my computer to CD/DVD’s before the new year so I’ll be keeping busy the rest of this week.
So far out of all the Christmas cards that I sent out, I’ve yet to receive two … maybe they’ll get here late.