Wednesday, December 24, 2008

A Hollow Box Full of Moonlight And...

...LOVE!
That is what this lucky little girl just opened! A hollow box...full of moonlight and love! Of course, this lucky little girl is Malisa back in the 50's...excuse, me....I mean 80's! Okay, okay, the 50's. Yes, Karen, we know that you were this age in the 60's...thanks for reminding us!
The Moonlight Hollow Girls want to take this opportunity to say that we feel so fortunate this Christmas. We feel the Good Lord has given us the perfect gift...the opportunity to use our talents to fulfill our dreams. He is providing us with new opportunities and wonderful new friends...what a precious gift! He has also blessed us with the love of supportive families!
So, tonight on Christmas Eve, as you gather with your family and friends...please remember that you have two new friends who are thanking the Good Lord for bringing out paths together!
Malisa and Karen

10 comments:

Debbie York said...

I'll be thanking Him as well. Cannot wait to meet the two of you in person. Malissa, you and I must be close to the same age-we tend to think alike. May your new year be full of love!!! God Bless, Debbie

Frippery said...

Beautiful wishes for Christmas. Have a lovely one, Pam

Frippery said...

Beautiful wishes for Christmas. Have a lovely one, Pam

lulu Redstar & Lauri Evans said...

Merry Christmas Malissa and Karen, I feel I already know you like sisters. Can't wait to see you in Texas. It will be here before we know it. Love, Lauri @ Chippys

Karen from A`Musements said...

Malisa and Karen, Wishing you and your families the very nicest Christmas possible, and the best the New Year has to offer! I so appreciate 'knowing' you through the blog world and getting to read your wonderful blog! Merry Christmas to you and yours!
xoxo
Karen

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

Malisa and Karen, I too hope you've had a great Christmas Day and wish you many blessings in the New Year.

debi said...

Hi sweetie (you to Monkey Wench)!

Just stopping by to wish you a happy & merry day....have a safe trip back home, and will see you soon! xo...deb

Teresa Porter said...

Hi Malisa,
I love your sweet photo. And it is nice to be reminded, that we all have so much to be thankful for.
Merry Christmas,
Teresa

Joy said...

What a precious photo!

Woman in a Window said...

That photo is wonderful. It says so much, of your past, of hers, of mine, and of what my children might one day remember.