I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas (giveaway and a link up)


Congratulations Jenifer Metzger, you won the White Christmas giveaway!!


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I am so glad that you’re joining us. Every Thursday at Shari A. Miller ~ Living to Leave a Legacy, we will be talking about ways to leave a legacy for your children and those around you.

A legacy is so much more than a  material possession that we leave with someone. For me, when I leave a legacy I want to leave a part of my heart. The part of my heart that combines my character, attitudes and the type of relationship I had with Jesus. I want to be faithful and worthy of this His calling, so that others might see who Jesus is by looking at the life I lived.

As I sit here typing this the only thing that illuminates the room are the lights of the Christmas tree. As I ponder about this upcoming Christmas, I know there is one thing that I do not want this years legacy of Christmas to be about. I do not want it to be about me. I don’t want my family to get caught up in the commercialism and the hustle and bustle of Christmas.

I want this Christmas to be slow and easy. I want each moment to be lived to the fullest. I want memories to be made, cookies to be baked, Advent to be read, and acts of love and kindness shown. I don’t want it to be about who gets what, or being driven mad by going into a store that’s overcrowded with shoppers who think they need the latest gadget.

I want it to be about spending time with my family. Watching the snow fall outside, while we warm up with hot cocoa as we sit by the fire and talk about the true meaning of Christmas which if Christ. To me that’s what the legacy of Christmas and family should be all about.

One of our favorite things to do every Christmas is to watch the movie White Christmas. It brings us close together and reminds us of when things were good and simple in this world. In honor of the re-launching of my blog, and since it’s the Christmas season, I will be giving away one copy of the DVD White Christmas for you and your family to enjoy. All you need to do is click on the Rafflecopter link to enter. The Rafflecopter link is located right below our Legacy Leaver Thursday Link Up. Merry Christmas!

 

It’s time to link up your posts for Legacy Leaver Thursday!

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  • To link up go to the sidebar and get the code for the Legacy Leaver Thursdays button, right click and “save as” on the code and then upload it into your post. Or you can provide a direct link somewhere in your post linking back here. That way other bloggers can join in too.
  • Then copy and paste the direct link from your post, (not your blog url), into the linky tool below.
  • This link up will be happening every Thursday at Shari A. Miller ~ Living to Leave a Legacy. You can link up your posts that deal with leaving a legacy to your children and other loved ones. These posts can vary from spiritual lessons, to homeschooling tips, to recipes and homemaking skills that you want to pass down. You can also link up posts that offer encouragement to the community. I will do the best I can to read as many posts as possible throughout the week. However, if there are times that I miss you, know that I’m so grateful that you linked up and was so blessed to have you here!
  • In order to create an encouraging community here, please take a moment to visit the person in front of you. Thank you!

 



Disclaimer: No purchase necessary.Must be 18 to enter.Void where prohibited by law.This giveaway is in no way sponsored, endorsed, or associated by Facebook. By entering this giveaway, you agree to release Facebook and Shari A. Miller, Living to Leave a Legacy of all liability.

 

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All for Him,

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  1. says

    “I want this Christmas to be slow and easy. I want each moment to be lived to the fullest. I want memories to be made, cookies to be baked, Advent to be read, and acts of love and kindness shown. I don’t want it to be about who gets what, or being driven mad by going into a store that’s overcrowded with shoppers who think they need the latest gadget.” This is my prayer for our Christmas as well.

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