Here are two examples of Holiday Card faces. One is actually from the Outreach Team for Ponte Vista at San Pedro.
The other card face is one I created.
Can you tell which one is from the Outreach Team at Ponte Vista?
Are you thinking it is the top illustration of a single-family Gingerbread house?
Or, are you thinking the card with the beautiful condominiums is from the Ponte Vista Outreach Team?
If you guessed that the Ponte Vista at San Pedro Outreach Team sent out a Holiday Card showing a single-family residence, then you are correct!!!!!!!
The card I created shows one of the buildings at Newport Bluffs Apartment complex, which was used for creating many of the illustrations of what Bob wants Ponte Vista to look like.
I hope you got a bit of a chuckle.
I hope everyone reading this blog has a wonderful holiday season. Whether you celebrate anything or not, we all should take time out to have a laugh or three. We need to keep things as they really should be and not sweat the little stuff.
Christmas for our family consists of having more fun that should be allowed and delivering more mirth and merriment than necessary.
Yes, for one Christmas meal, my mother used egg nog when making mash potatoes. It's the little things like removing a year-old tangerine from a son's Christmas stocking, that he avoided eating.
If you can't laugh at having half of the power knocked out by the wind, what can you laugh about? Gas, water, and electricity all got fixed, even though all three failed in the last two weeks. Everything is back on now and not one foul word was ever considered.
Please be well and try and make somebody happy.
Merry Christmas, Feliz Navidad, Happy Holidays, Have a great Haj, or Happy Festivus, or whatever you celebrate.
Today is the first day of winter and on December 25 it will be the celebration of the festival of Saint Steven.