The serene view of the first snowfall of the year. That magical feeling when you share a cup of hot chocolate with a close friend. The festivities of putting those nostalgic Christmas Ornaments in the perfect place. The wafting scent of Christmas Cookies flowing through the air. The smile that comes on your face when you hear your favorite Christmas Song. The planning and anticipation of the annual Church Christmas Program. The amazement you feel when you read the Christmas Story in the Bible. The gratitude and sheer astonishment you feel when you reflect on and realize the true reason Jesus Christ came to this earth! Memories … the Christmas Season is full of memories. And we love to dwell on those good memories this time of the year.
Last year, the members of Final Harvest took over the blog and wrote about some of our favorite memories. In the eleven days leading up to Christmas and on Christmas Day, each member of the Final Harvest team shared with our readers some of our favorite Christmas remembrances. We called it “The 12 Memories Of Christmas” and it was a popular feature last year and this year, we will be doing it again! Well, with a special twist!
Each member of the Final Harvest team will be sharing two of their favorite Christmas memories beginning on December 13th and continuing through Christmas Day. We will be sharing one memory a day with our readers here on the blog. Authoring these memories will be the singers you see on stage; Pamela Warren, Pam Sandberg and Lacy Burdick as well as Marilyn Turpin who runs the sound at our concerts, Maryanne Himmelsbach, who is in charge of ministry outreach and manages and maintains our product tables and sales, Scott Evans, who designs our website, handles our social media accounts and is our liaison to radio and other media outlets and one entry from a very special guest author who we will tell you about later!
We invite you to join us on our blog beginning on December 13th for the new and improved, “The 13 Memories Of Christmas” as we reminisce and share some serious moments, some comical moments and some of our favorite Christmas Memories as we talk about some of those events that have made some of our previous Christmases, “A Christmas To Remember.”