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The Dark Storm of Advent, a Humble Light of Christmas

[Gwen Jorgensen’s archived guest post today is a companion Advent piece to An Advent of Falling Apart, Lisa Deam’s post coming up on Friday.] *** It Happens Every Year It happens every year. I’m no longer surprised by it, but … Continue reading

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The Dark Storm of Advent, the Humble Light of Christmas

[Gwen Jorgensen’s guest post today is a companion Advent piece to Falling Apart at Advent, Lisa Deam’s post Monday.] *** It Happens Every Year It happens every year. I’m no longer surprised by it, but brace myself against the rush … Continue reading

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Stumbling Through Christmas

Judy Garland and Mel Torme sing together beautifully and with real happiness in this duet, even sharing a laugh as she stumbles over one of the lines: Isn’t it wonderful how graciously Mel handled Judy stumbling over that line in … Continue reading

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A Royal Baby, a Royal Name, and the Royal Treatment

[This is the first post in what inadvertently became a three-part series on the theme on royalty. Part two will appear tomorrow and part three the next day.] *** A London hospital is the birthplace of a baby who will one … Continue reading

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