[ROVERNET - UK] RE: rovernet Digest, Vol 49, Issue 32
Hank and Sally Manwell
hdmanwell at alumni.bates.edu
Mon Dec 25 02:13:14 GMT 2006
And its interesting to think of the many traditions our Roverly People
around the world may have. For some of you its already Christmas Day. Here
in Florida, USA, we just celebrated tonight with people of Christian, Pagan,
and Native American tradition, to name a few, for whom this season has
meaning. We read Christian stories and sang favorite old Christmas Carols,
but there were songs of other traditions, too.
I'm thankful for the diversity in this global Rover group.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kent Kinard" <kkinard at wcc.net>
To: <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
Sent: Sunday, December 24, 2006 4:28 PM
Subject: Re: [ROVERNET - UK] RE: rovernet Digest, Vol 49, Issue 32
>> As Kent would say everyone have a Roverly Holiday
> I will go ahead and say it myself, but as ususal will be somewhat more
> Dear Rover Family,
> I hope you all have something to celebrate and someone to celebrate with.
> Sheila and I will be celebrating the fact that God is among His people in
> a beautiful and rather unobtrusive way. Since our kids will be 1. working
> (Margaret) 2. with a girlfriend (Ben) or 3) on the road (Summer and
> Andrew), tomorrow we will gather a group of similarly "orphaned" folks for
> a different kind of family celebration. Tonight I will play a tired old
> shepherd (not much of an acting job, I think I was type cast!)
> Merry Christ Mass,
> Kent K.
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