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O come, divine Messiah.....

Constructing the crib... was a lot of fun. The final product looks great. More pictures later, after the entire thing is set up.

Carol Practice at home... those body guards near Santa Claus, wouldn't leave his side. I mean they saw Varun (Santa Claus) entering my home in his usual normal attire.... and he changed into the santa outfit and came out a few minutes later and they were wonderstruck!!! They wanted to shake his hand and when he obliged, they couldn't get over it....

The title here, is the song we are singing in church tomorrow...
Dear Savior haste:
Come, come to earth
Dispel the night and show Thy face,
And bid us hail the dawn of grace.
O come, divine Messiah!
The world in silence waits the day
When hope shall sing its triumph,
And sadness flee away.

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Sajeeve said…
tats good!! keep it going!
samuel davis said…
excellent posr
samuel davis said…
excellent post
well christmas is wonderful.... although i remember clearly..back in school, santa used to scare me big time...it was mere curiosity that kept me around..but i never got close enough....sounds weird eh??

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