It’s been a challenging year on so many fronts yet we’re still here and we’re still fighting for our God-given rights and freedoms when most of our countrymen appear willing to roll over and play dead for the first tyrant to come along.
We will not.
We grieve for those dear to us that we lost this year, but we’re buoyed up in the knowledge they are home in Paradise with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
We’re grateful for the many blessings we received this year, often from the most unexpected sources.
We’re grateful for the many blessings we were able to bestow upon others this year, often to people who crossed our path for only a moment, never to be seen again. We’re grateful we were able to meet their needs and send them safely on their way back to their families.
Most of all we’re grateful for the wisdom, courage and compassion God grants us each day so we may be better examples for our family and our friends tomorrow than we are today. We pray He will continue to bless us this way in the coming year.
Lastly, my wife and I hope you and your family have a Merry Christmas and a prosperous and Happy New Year in 2022!
Yours in Liberty,
Christopher & Lynda di Armani
peter bolten says
Merry Christmas to you Christopher and your wife, hope all is well and healing in your community. Its been a tough two years for many, so many upheavals, but with friends and family by our sides, we can pull through and enjoy that which is precious to us all.