Merry Christmas 2010!

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I've finally started decorating for Christmas. No tree, but I think I've put out enough Christmas decor to get the point across. To get that festive spirit a going. The photo above is my BEFORE.

Here's my AFTER…

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Wow. The difference is staggering. That silver candle is like a beacon straight to Santa, isn't it? Nothing says, “Happy Birthday, Jesus!” like glitter.

I might throw out another ornament or two, but in the meantime, I wanted to wish you a very merry Christmas. Or as they say on The Holiday, “Happy Christmas!” It has a nice ring to it. I'm so grateful for my blog friends. You guys are such a gift to me and totally lift me up. I wish you a happy, restful, peaceful, calm, Christ-focused, who cares if there's glitter on the floor and glitter up my nose Christmas. It is an honor to know you, to write books that some of you read (thanks, Mom), and to share a few moments a week together. It is an honor to be given this chance to do kingdom work and to make friends across the globe along the way.

You are the tinsel in my day and the ones I think of while writing every book. Or when embarrassing things happen on vacation and I  grab my trusty camera. : )
Merry Christmas and much love.

Hallelujah, we've been found.
A child is born to save us now. . .Jesus.
Hallelujah, light has come
A savior set us free…

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Kristin - December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas to you, Jenny B. Jones! =)

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Miranda - December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas! I tagged you at my blog!

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Jenny - December 24, 2010

I love the snow falling on your blog. The pleasure has been all mine to be a part of your blog friends and get to know you in this way. Merry Christmas, Jenny! May Christ be your Hope now and all through the year.
The other Jenny 🙂

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Mary - December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas and I totally understand your silver glitter candle decor!

Here’s to hoping we get to cruise together SOON!

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Ruth - December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas, Jenny!

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Tracy - December 25, 2010

Glitter on the face is a must at some point in the Christmas season. It usually happens to me at the end of the school term. Love that candle

Happy Christmas Jenny. May it be a very special and blessed day as you celebrate with your family and friends.

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Allie Smith - December 31, 2010

omigosh,i love the glitter!!!i would get too distracted if that was in my room.i would keep stopping mid-stride and saying,”shiny…”
but Merry Christmas,jenny b. jones!!!i really enjoy reading/commenting on your blogs.

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